This on top of a flare, I'm not sure if it's RA, Lupus or Sjogren's, at this point it really doesn't matter does it? I have a deep stabbing, aching pain in my joints. My fingers are tight and stiff. I am cold to the core. Who turned off the heat? "Spring is coming, spring is coming" Repeat, Repeat until you look out the window and see the icicles hanging from your roof and the snow piled up outside your window. Run, wait, too tired. Walk, close the curtains quick and hibernate for a few more weeks!
Let's not even talk about the fatigue. I barely have the energy to walk to the bathroom, but I can't sleep due to the pain. Okay fine, let's try the power of positive thinking. I have been doing that since I was diagnosed with RA. "You are not sick, you do not have an evil bug, your body does not hate you, I feel better, I am better, I am fine, I am not tired, I don't hurt, ok let's try getting out of bed now! I can positively report I am still sick and am now dizzy as well!
This is the reason I'm behind on my posts, why I haven't been social on any of the social media sites. Social in real life? Forget it!
I can't remember where I was even going with this post! it was supposed to be a catch up post, now it is turning into "I hope you don't catch this." Seriously I hope you don't!
Since I spent all of last week around germ infested humans. People who coughed, sneezed feeling the need to spread their breed of nastiness to me. I'm not sure whether to go gift it back to them, or smack them for not knowing any better.
I'm still off topic! What was the topic? I'm not on medication I swear! It's a good thing, this would be even worse! Speaking of medication, my insurance company still hasn't felt the need to get off of their butts and give me my medication pre-authorization. The waiting continues, I can't take it now anyway thanks to this bug!
Back to the original topic, here are a couple of pictures from last week. We attended our grandson's school concert. As you can see the roads were not great, we had blowing snow and it was slick out there. We had about an hours drive each way. Both boys were awesome as always. I remember as a child I hated performing in front of people. I still do, I would rather be quietly behind the scenes. I have always been a fairly quiet person. Part of that was going to school in Britain, it was frowned upon to talk in class at all. When we moved, I remember every report card there were complaints that I didn't speak enough. My grandsons are the opposite, they are hams and love the spotlight. I am more amazed by them everyday.
If you have read this far, thank you! I know I'm rambling. I hope by my next post I will have my thoughts together. I can't promise that though!
Have a great rest of the week!