Starting off sleep-deprived and groggy, the mild residuals of the previous day's headache still weighing me down, we moved slowly in the morning.
But I wasn't completely useless, I was able to wake up and get going.
A surprise interruption to my quick lunch plans and outing's preparations should have thrown me for more of a loop, but it wasn't a big deal.
I didn't turn into a clumsy person just because of surprises and playing "host" for a bit.
The stress of quickly grabbing kids, chowing down food, collecting what we needed, all while watching the clock anxiously bothered my stomach a little, but nothing terrible. I didn't forget anything either.
Then once there, I carried my toddler on my back, ran to the car for forgotten items, enjoyed the spring air.
I wasn't sneezing horribly despite forgetting to start my herbs early enough.
When I went into a room and had butterflies flying everywhere, I was able to marvel at them and felt calm.
Instead of getting jittery and squeamish.
I noticed a nasty chemical or burning smell in another building.
But it didn't give me a migraine.
Outside there is dirt and heat and the anxious watching of kids as the mingle with many others, climbing and laughing.
Meanwhile my sensory issues were very mild and I could ignore them.
And after a long afternoon visiting and giggling and playing, I drove home. In the sun. The direct sun that used to give me horrible migraines.
I only had a mild headache after the days affairs.
Arriving home, I still had energy to fix dinner and have someone over.
I didn't collapse in a chair, grateful for leftovers in the fridge and a capable husband.
Am I totally healed? Not yet, but I'm so much better.