This morning I felt just as awful when I woke up as I felt when I went to bed. I made myself get up anyway and get my son up and I got him ready and off to school in the freezing cold 🥶. Then I came back home and had a date with the bathroom…afterwards I went back to bed – not just for a couple of hours like I had intended, but for the entire freaking day!! I guess that I felt a lot worse than I thought!! I literally did absolutely nothing all day but sleep on and off and lie in my bed. (Well, if you don’t count running to the bathroom as “doing something”!!) I closed my eyes to have a little nap at about 9:00 and woke up to the kids coming home…my daughter came in to ask me something and my hubby to ask me why I didn’t tell him that it was early dismissal. I was totally confused 🤷♀️!! I thought it was like 11:00!! Anyway, I ended up literally staying in bed all day and evening and now it’s midnight! And I feel exactly the same!! What a productive day I’ve had. Why do I feel guilty?? Is that a mom thing?! Feeling like if you don’t do anything all day for your family, even if you’re sick, that you somehow did something wrong or bad?? Huh… I did read and sing to my son at bedtime. He asked me to. He’s, obviously, sleeping now. Also, this makes 4 days that I haven’t been on the treadmill and that really bothers me!! Hopefully tomorrow is a better day. The kids are home tomorrow and Friday, because it’s teacher’s convention. It’s weird having my hubby home all the time. Hopefully he has luck finding work soon. Things are not looking good on the work front for him… He’s been home for 3 weeks now. Money is tight. My daughter’s full cheque is probably going to go towards supporting all of us…she’s currently the only one working right now!! Stressful times…
I’m going to go wash my face and brush my teeth and try to feel more human now.
Night All! 💤😴
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