Today once the kids were off to school, I had my tea and watched some tv with my hubby. I don’t know how long these pills are supposed to take to make me feel better, but I still felt like hell today. I made myself stay awake to talk to my mom and to make my daughter food and help her with her CALM homework at lunch. Then, around 1:00 I went upstairs to bed. The problem was that I was unable to actually fall asleep for some reason. However, I felt pretty miserable, so I just continued lying down. I figured I was getting some rest at least and I didn’t want to do anything else. The kids had early dismissal today, which meant that they were finished at 2:20 and at 2:30. I was still lying down when my hubby brought them home from school. My son came upstairs and gave me a kiss on the cheek and then went back downstairs. I stayed in bed until my hubby came up, at around 3:45. We talked for a bit, then I got up and had a nice long relaxing shower. After I got out of the shower, I went downstairs and had a bit of the supper that my hubby had made. He left with my daughter, to drive her to dance. My oldest and my son were playing his Zelda game and I sat with them downstairs. It’s such a long, complex adventure game and he’s put a lot of hours into it. I think he’s getting really close to the end. It’s a good story. We stopped his game a bit before bed time, to practice his spelling words. Then we came upstairs and we both got ready for bed. I can’t wait to lie down, I’m feeling tired and sick. It’s gotten so long that it’s just super frustrating. The nausea is killing me! It’s like it’s never ending. When you feel yucky it’s difficult to think about other things and it tends to dominate your mind and take over. I feel like I’m repeating it over and over, I don’t feel good – I don’t feel good!! Super annoying. Sorry for that! I’m off to bed! Night All! 💤😴
To help with research and treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia please go to http://www.tnnme.com (Trigeminal Neuralgia and Me) to sign a petition to have the World Health Organization (WHO) add Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) to their “Health topic list.””Hopefully one day I’ll get it right, or at least have fun, while about it I write!!