Monday, September 13, 2010

Things That Bug Me Mondays

  • Feeling like death ALL of the time.  It has been on a steep decline for awhile now and I feel like I constantly have poison running through my veins.
  • How expensive living is when you don't have a job or disability support :/.
  • Constant drug changes.
  • The fact that I have been on the same article in my magazine for 3 days now as I don't have the attention span to read it!
  • Sugar cravings.  Mega sugar cravings.
  • Feeling like I need to undertake a huge project just because my life has caught a case of the blahs!
  • My eyes burn when I look at the computer screen these days.  My hearing has also become sharper and touch is hypersensitive.  Yet, no sense of smell and only partial sense of taste.  Weird.
  • Wishing I could do more writing for Invisible Illness Week!  It's been hard for me to even get on this computer to churn out blog posts :(.
  • Having to use my Filofax as a daily pain tracker instead of a planner - still highly useful though!!


(Images from WeHeartIt)

What is getting under your skin this week?  Nagging thoughts are best thrown into the universe!  Sending love to you all!

xoxo,
Annie

3 comments:

Judy said...

Hang in there, Annie! Your post reminded me of a screenplay I dreamt of writing about CFIDS that I called "The Living Dead." Ugh, that says it all. But it can get better a bit!

Judy

Mo said...

I slept all day Sunday...and I mean ALL DAY. 17 straight hours! I got up, ate a bagle, took a shower and went back to bed. What a bummer.

Sue Jackson said...

Sorry to hear you're still feeling so bad, Annie. Not sure if I have too many gripes today - it's been a pretty decent Monday...but then again, my standards are low!

My husband is out of town this week, so that's tough...I have to handle the early morning school runs and the evening soccer practices, etc. on my own. plus he usually does dinner dishes - whew, that wipes me out, standing at the sick! Lying down now and nursing a sore throat.

I have trouble spending time on the computer when I'm in bad shape, too.

Rest, heal, and feel better!

Sue