Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Ohhh my back, my back and my neck, the front of my thighs, the deep muscle "HAHA BITCH CAN YOU FEEL ME MESSING WITH YOU" pain that is going on right now! I've been learning new stuff with my job of assisting my sister with medical billing and I am just in total AWE of how my sister is even halfway sane with dealing with people who DO NOT do their job correctly. I mean it would take a minute for them to adjust one little thing and my sisters job would be 100% easier. To have to do 4 extra steps and then do what she's supposed to because others could not do 1 step themselves! I literally wanted to cry, just watching her showing me and having to redo and back up what others should have done themselves!!!!!!!!

I am having a serious flare today. I'm in a bad "fibro fog" my brain feels like it is just filled with dark gray clouds, I can almost see them! I was fighting sleep while trying to learn new things sitting up in a chair even though I got 8 hours of sleep last night, everything hurts, I think I'm coming down with a little cold AGAIN(my nose has been running, i've been sniffeling and I feel feverish and I have that whole flu-like "body ache" thing going on) which are all HUGE signs of my condition. I havent really had any type of appetite for 2 days now mainly just kinda snacking on popcorn and mini saltine crackers eating extreme amounts of ice and drinking coffee. I just don't want to eat.

*sigh* is it even worth getting out of the bed some days?


  1. Hi! You don't know me but I check in from time to time and enjoy reading your blog. I left a blog recognition award for you so that others will enjoy it as much as I do. As to your it isn't worth getting out of bed some days.......................huge sigh........

  2. For what it's worth, I wanted to say hello and to tell you I'm with you, too.

    Some days, being in bed is not only where you want to be, it's where you must be. And when you must, give yourself that. Treat yourself with the gentleness with which you'd treat someone you love who was suffering.

    You'll rise again. I promise. It's what we do. :)

    Thinking of you,

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