I haven’t noticed PMS symptoms for a while, and I think that’s because I lead a bit of a hermit lifestyle. I don’t get out much. I got out today.
A day out with my daughters (19 and 23) found us at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. We chose to see Extreme Weather in the IMAX theater while there. The smell of popcorn and the sounds of several people chomping on it were irritatingly magnified. My senses were overly sensitive today. The person behind me kept bumping my seat with her foot. When she started shaking her leg while her foot was pressed up against the empty seat next to me, it shook my seat. Have you ever had motion sickness from a jiggling seat? I was ready to scream at her! I didn’t.
There were also several day camps (looked like the kids were ages 5 and 6). There’s a reason we have kids when we’re young. I couldn’t see myself raising another one at 50. Oh yeah … I turned 50 this year. I’m still trying to wrap my head around that.
Famished, we headed to a pizza place we hadn’t tried yet. It’s kind of a quest of ours to see how many pizza places we can find and try. Today’s find: Capitol Pizza on Colfax – the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver. FEED that PMS! No scrimping on toppings or cheese at this pizza joint. The sauce is just right – not too sweet and not to tangy. I’m not usually a fan of the outer crust, but I liked this one!
Belly full, and emotions in check, we went home. Doctor Who on my Surface through earbuds while working on a puzzle brought me back to center. I need that peace to balance myself.