Monday, March 13, 2006

This isn't a pity post, just venting

It's 79 degrees here today and I am too warm and after wishing it to get warm, I'm pissed it did before I was ready. Of course tomorrow is supposed to be 55-I'll bitch about that too.

I may make some buttah on Wednesday since all I have is unscented. Lavender I think.

12 comments:

Kathy said...

{gentle hugs} I hope this new doctor has a pain managment team for you as well. It sounds like with your complex medical/pain issues that really need a pain management specialist working as part of your health care team.

noricum said...

*hugs*

Feel free to skip my posts if you want... I seem to have gone on a binge. ;)

Natalie said...

*HUGS*

I wish there was a make-it-all better pill for you, too...

Wendy said...

It sounds like you have something chemical/hormonal going on that you can't control and would assume it is lingering effects of coming off your meds so suddenly. Hang in there. :)

Sara said...

Deneen,
I'm sending so many hugs your way. I know I have always admired you and all you do.

The Shrone said...

When I discontinued the fentanyl patch it was an over two month process of weaning off the damn things, and towards the end the final days were bad. I felt run-down. I don't recall how long that lasted.

I recently got out of that feeling of lack of interest with life and everything. Could have been because of being sick, could have been from the antidepressant. Hard to tell.

The "real" world doesn't understand life with a chronic illness, so going into the work force is near impossible. You want to work, be a contributor, earn money---and if you don't people tend to think of you differently. Yet, they don't get it---how suddenly your body can just stop working normally, functionally.

Which is why I went into a business that seems to fit with my bodily differences. I just hope that I'll be able to move ahead and finish my degree. Being a wedding officiant mostly just provides enough to cover the business expenses.

A big hug, and hope that you'll feel much more human very soon! :-)

Kari said...

I can't add much since our beloved Shrone said alot of what I would have said.
Don't worry about the blogs. Hell you haven't missed much in the world.

*hugs*

No pity just understanding and positive energy coming from here girl.

stacey said...

(((hugs))) I hope you start feeling better soon!

Hey, when you get a chance, could you send me your address? I have something to send you :) ( yarnification at daisywreath dot net )

jaclim said...

I'm so sorry to hear you're still not feeling well, Deneen! I'll be praying for you and Elena and mom to get well. I've already sent out your package and I hope you like the surprise I've included in it. hugs

Sedie said...

Sounds like you're still having a tough time. I'm wishing you the very best.

Marvie said...

{{{Hugs}}}

Here's hoping the new doc can give you more help! Sounds like she's all geared up to do her very best by you =)

Sending positive to all of you that yo'll be feeling better soon!

vicki said...

deneen, sending you gentle hugs also, i know how hard it is to not feel good and want to be a person like you were before. heck don;t worry about blogs. no one is doingsomething so outstanding you HAVE to read it. it sounds to me that you are going to need your meds changed and i would ask the doc about it. sometimes its as simple as adjusting the dosage or changing the meds. again been there done that, and still no damn t-shirt lol hang in there,. i will be getting some more buttah from you soon for my mil. mine is almost gone too, i have to share it you know lol. hugggs sweetie, hope ya feel much better very soon

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