Today was Not a Great Day, it was the direct opposite from yesterday. The day started late, around 9:00, with some light dizziness, stomach cramps, and sweating. The symptoms stayed around for most of the morning after lunch only the dizziness and some stomach issues hung around for the rest of the day. As to my shoulder and hip pains, the only showed up depending on the activity I was active in. In summary, health-wise today was a very Bad Day.
Today was a BAD Day, it started right after getting up with dizziness and an upset stomach. I had a light breakfast and started my morning walk early hoping that the walk would help minimizing the effects as it used to do in the past. Half way through the planned walk the symptoms had increased too much to continue, I therefore returned home. Getting back home, I rested since the dizziness and stomach issues were still there. The resting turned into falling asleep. Dianne called me around noon to make sure I was awake to have lunch.
This set contains as single object the old Fire Hall on Via Dora Drive and Deerfield Drive. Originally there was also the Main Fire Station Building attached which was torn down a few months ago. The City of Antioch has now ownership of the building and land.
Finally, an almost good day, starting with me getting up at 7:45 to have breakfast and get ready for my morning walk. Today after getting up I did not have to deal with sweating and dizziness. During my walk, I had no sweating, only some very lower shoulder pain. Returning home there was no need to change clothes because I did not sweat during my walk. It turned out that for the rest of the day I had to deal with shoulder and lower back pain at various levels. Add to that dizziness and every so often stomach pain/cramps.
The object of today’s set was the Smith’s Landing Restaurant, previously known as Humphrey’s, located at the Antioch Marina.
Today was a very cool day for my morning walk. Therefore we went with option two, which is either walking inside a mail or any Big-box Store like Costco, Walmart or Target. Today we walked inside Walmart.
Day two without rain, perfect to go downtown Walnut Creek for some window shopping and catching some PICTURES with no limits, anything goes! There are two photos in the set of a very small Canadian Maple Tree, try finding them.
Today was a good day. The day started without any signs of dizziness or nausea, and the pain level in my shoulder was at normal level. After breakfast and taking my medication I started watching the end of the World Cups game, Egypt vs Uruguay. After that I did my morning walk with Dean. The walk did not result in any increased in my shoulder or back pain. The rest of the day the pain levels stayed were they were at the start of the day.
Since I am confined to rest, staying home, today’s set is the view from the front of my house looking down Elkhorn Way. To get a better perspective and the impact of the six focal lengths of the wide-angle Sony DT 16-105mm lens, I took this set from the second floor of my home,
Stopped at Downtown Byron this morning for a few photos of the old Main Street and the very busy intersection of Byron Highway and Camino Diablo. If it were not for the shortcut traffic this part of the town would be dead. Byron Hwy connects to Interstate 205 which connects to I-580 West and I-5 North, and via Mountain House Road to I-580 East and I-5 South.