On the Road

I'm traveling this week on personal business. I'm not one who is fond of travel. Never have been. But, this is unavoidable. So, I was forced to travel some 300 miles from home. Some things that I personally always notice when I travel:

1. Food taste differently. Don't ask me how or why, but it just does. I have a loss of appetite as well. Maybe that has something to do with food tasting differently to me.

2. Ill at ease. I just don't feel the same when I travel. It's like I'm a totally different person. I am also a bit edgy as well. So, it's not a good idea to get on my bad side when I'm on the road.

3. Alone. Even if I'm with a group of people (which I'm not at this time), I feel alone. It's like I'm invading on these people's territory. Strange, I know. But, it is the way I feel.

4. I don't sleep as well. I don't sleep too well anyway, even with my CPAP. But, on the road, it is even worse.

5. Worry. I worry about the most mundane, unnecessary things. Things like my car, money, losing my wallet, cell phone, car keys, etc.

6. Finally, for some reason, I don't like taking my medicine when I'm on the road. And, that is another worry...what if I have to go to the hospital so far from home? Damn. Stupid, I know. But, that is how I roll when I am on the road.


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