Friday, October 09, 2009

Climbing Out

I haven't posted anything since the quick one about my med review. Thanks to the new med, I feel like I'm climbing out of the depression I had fallen into. Not all the way better.. but apparently on my way. It's not been easy either. The new med I started makes me ill. Each day my body gets used to it a little more though. The med. Not the being ill part. Ugh.

I'm still pretty much bored every day but have gotten used to laying around being a bum who watches daytime TV. I've done some cleaning here and there.. gotten used to being at my computer more, too. I continue to have phone calls back and forth with Maureen from It's About Time. Yesterday I was on the phone with Jeni from Down River Drivel to wish her a happy birthday. I never did ask her how old she is now. I love both you ladies, ya know. I guess I don't scare them too much. I know I can string together words that make more sense than condos gulf shores alabama.

So that's about all that's new here. My son and his family might drive over Sunday. I'm trying not to get too excited before I know for sure.. but it will be wonderful to see them.

5 comments:

Misty Dawn said...

I LOVE this song! I really has meaning for me! Great choice.

I'm SO glad to hear that the new med is helping. You really don't deserve to feel lousy ... it's not fair.

Jeni said...

Ouch! You didn't mention when we were talking about the new meds making you sick. Is that a normal thing for that particular med or just something that your system only has to get used to? Bummer though, anyway you cut it if you have to get sick in order to get better. I suppose you could think of it as your own particular brand of chemo since it often works a lot like that too. But whatever you do, just keep on Climbing, getting better, every day! Okay?

Queen-Size funny bone said...

keep on trucking....

Calico Crazy said...

Hope you get to feeling better soon! You deserve some peace and happiness.

Calico Contemplations

Smalltown RN said...

It certainly is the climb....and the journey.....I hope to climb many mountains...it reminds me that I am alive....