Not much to click today, but you can click it anyway.
Another day in the low 90s in Denver, which is tolerable without air conditioning, as long as the humidity stays low. I know the temperatures are going to get higher before they get better but there's usually only a two month time-frame when temperatures get really hot in Denver, so normally by early September 90° Is a thing of the past. But then again, it's an El Niño summer so no telling what will happen.
Almost all of my toothache problems have gone, but I'm still not feeling 100%. Still, I'm feeling better every day and not worse so I assume in no time at all I'll be lazing around, procrastinating, and doing as little as possible just like normal.
This toothache has been a blessing in disguise because it's given me time to realize how lucky I am. When my toothache first started I dug through a drawer and found my bottle of 25 extra strength Tylenol's which is the smallest amount Walmart sales, and it appeared to be full, but it was out of date by almost a year. Which tells me that very soon I'll be 77 years old and I'm still not taking any prescription drugs, and seldom take over-the-counter painkillers. I'm not sure what to attribute that to, I live what I consider a pretty normal life. I drink very little alcohol, I seldom drink sugary Sodas, I get a modest amount of exercise, I haven't smoked since I was in my 20s, and I didn't start until I went in the Air Force.
One thing I have done, but only since I became a full-timer, is I stopped worrying. I've never been much of a worrier anyway so stopping wasn't all that difficult. Like I've said in the past; if I can fix the problem I fix it, and if I can't fix it, I don't worry about it. I know that's easier said than done, but I feel that living a worry free life is worth the effort.
A good example of that is living life as a boondocker. Yes I have to put up with some inconvenience being a boondocker but inconvenience is not stressful, and stress is the problem. In the places I spend the winter I know there's always a place for me to live, usually several, in case one doesn't work out. I don't have to deal with planning, I don't have to worry about scheduling, and there are no deadlines in the way I travel. I know it's not for everyone, and thank goodness for that. But it fits my lifestyle perfectly which keeps me happy, stress-free, and just challenging enough to keep me feeling young.