Not getting any actual housekeeping done, but…
Erica – Thanks for prompting my horizontal day. It’s made a big difference. I’m not 100%, but it was a much better day, albeit, unproductive (other than, you know, killing cancer).
Amy – Hugs to you, because, you know.
Laura – I have no doubt the cats know something is amiss with me. I think they could tell the day I got the diagnosis. Despite my charming personality and positive mental attitude (most of the time), our house is still quite stressed, and, of course, there’s that whole cellular thing. They haven’t behaved any differently towards me, but could certainly be acting out as their way of saying “Fuck cancer!” I just wish they didn’t do so on the carpet.
Margo – Huh? (YRGUYSE:DROUH:OIPWHE LIKGHU:OIH!!!!!)
Kay – As soon as this headache goes, I’ll be back on the hooch – don’t you worry! 🙂
Original Comments from the CaringBridge Blog:
Just a giant curse.
—margo barbakow, June 25, 2015
I am glad it helped. I know being horizontal and unproductive is boring and frustrating, but sometimes taking a break from trying to do it all is what you have to do. Low pressure headaches are the pits (any headache is the pits) take care! 🙂
—Erica Traub, June 24, 2015