Oh my goodness I was so sick this morning I was scared. If it hadn’t of improved some when it did, I was debating whether or not I should go to the hospital.

I don’t know if the meds stopped working, or if it’s the nature of this potential disease (crohns or colitis) to override the meds at times. Hubby is picking up the new meds for me on his way home from work tonight, I sure hope that they work better and faster or I could end up at the hospital.

I have so much I have to do tomorrow. I hope I’m not this sick tomorrow.

I’m weary.

That’s all I’ve got today.

Sunshine & Warmer days,


16 thoughts on “Sick

      1. I hope you stay better, too. No, I’m not getting enough naps. It’s hard to nap when my wife is planning all these renovations. If only I could move into a tent with a nice soft sleeping bag.

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      2. Thank you. Aha! You could set one up in your yard.
        We got our bathroom torn apart now. I did the majority of scraping old heavily glued down linoleum off the floor. Holy toxic fumes. Tomorrow the tub comes out and we start dry walling.
        What are you up too.
        P.S. Dr. CrankyPants says get more naps.

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      3. We’re hiring the work out. But our dogs will be traumatized, because they will have to stay out on the cold patio while workers are here. They think they are babies, and will feel bewildered under such harsh treatment.

        I hope your reno goes well. Don’t inhale too many of those toxic fumes. You might become addicted.

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      4. You might need to put a couch and some blankets out there on the cold patio. Those dogs I’m sure will insist on it.
        I’m done with the scraping so hopefully no more toxic fumes. I had every window in the upstairs open and a fan going . It was still bad and set off the smoke detector on more then one occasion. lol Smoke terrifies my dog.

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  1. Hang in there. Remove as much stress as you can from your life. I know, impossible it seems when each day is a challenge, but we must try and be there for each other. Wives, daughters, and sisters with auto-immune diseases.

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    1. Thank you. If only I could. Our neighbour is one of my biggest stressors. He’s a nightmare. We need to move out of the area we live in. The whole city is bad news. Our plan is to put the house up for sale this spring and get out. A different kind of stress but for a greater purpose.

      How are you doing?

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      1. Yes, it’s sad but if you have such a neighbor and environment, time for a change. Doing reasonable after a serious relapse 6 months ago. Learning to walk again for the umpteenth time. Keeps me on my toes. lol ☺

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