Here is my Boo Hoo list. I'm dumping it here so I can hopefully go about my day without dragging this list around and burdening my family.
I am tired and can't sleep.
I am hurting and my percocet is not working fast enough.
I hate days that START with taking pain meds, it only goes downhill from here.
I need a shower. Most people take showers for granted, or as a relaxing part of the day. I see them as an obstacle. An energy sucker. Do you realize how much work goes into standing that long and washing yourself? Seriously, it is an EFFORT.
It's only been 1 1/2 weeks since I stopped the Enbrel..... I have 7 weeks until my Rheumy appointment. I will start Methotrexate after that....and I'm not sure how long it takes to work.
I'm trying not to cry thinking about the next couple months.
I have a sink full of dishes and 3 loads of laundry that need folding.
My 5 year old was trying to vacuum the floor yesterday....yes, it IS that bad.
I wish my mom lived closer so I would have some help around the house. (sorry mom)
Hubby is TRYING to be ok with all this. But having a hard time.
He got word that his department might be cutting back soon. Probably by fall. We are barely scraping by with his paycheck now. How will we do it on 32 hours a week??
The new Fibro drug got approved....but I can't start it until AFTER I see how the Methotrexate works. Who knows how long that will be. I hate waiting.
R has a doctor appointment today. That means I have to get dressed.
Are you tired of me complaining yet?
Thanks for letting me complain....and I'm sorry to dump all this on you. On a lighter note I saw this and thought it was cute. I wish it was on a sticker so I could put it on my van.
- Denise @ Sunflowers, Chocolate and Little Boys
- Im a Christian Stay at home mom...that means I am a professional multi-tasker and I give all the credit to Jesus. I am married to my best friend and have 3 wonderful sons. God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow, nor sun without rain, But he did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears and light for the way.