Monday, July 12, 2010

What a difference a few hours can bring

Amazed at the return of my stamina! Today for the first time in so very very long this was a very profitable day of duty. Almost all the laundry got done and put away! Spending several hours in my master closet it is actually clean! clothing sorted. A big garbage bag of things passed on even! It was so amazing to feel energy again! My temper was not lost even once!

Tired feet those tired feet that say I was up on them. Yes up on my feet giving the day the what for with peace. It is working guys. The infusion is working...
I think I would just cry with the relief of energy if I were not just so stunned. My body is so out of shape but it is working.

Bless God it is working. The hamster on the wheel is back! It is so surprising that it is just three days out from the infusion and this big of a difference. Even on Sunday this blip of a sensation of well being kept coming and going. Sorry for the wine. I should of served up some cheese too.

So today my right ear was numb, with a loss of hearing it was a bit disconcerting. Even told Steve about it when he came home. Ya know we are needing to get me the hearing aides. Well it was a concern so I just went to use a q-tip and check it gently. It hurt when I did so I sat down on my vanity chair only to look over and see the ear  plug used last night was broken. Yep, It was in my ear. I carefully got it out with tweezers. Goodness what a strange thing to have happen. I was straining to hear the kids all day! :)

Thank you for your kind thoughts and words. Wow I am actually tired from working and not just sitting lethargic wishing I could.


Denise said...

Prayers and much love to you sis.

Mimi said...

SO glad you are feeling better and have some energy, it is so difficult when we feel so tired and overwhelmed, believe me, the older I get the less i seem to get done in one day!!!
But I take it all in stride and keep going and going when I can, if I take a NAP, oh well, good for me!!!
take care

Denise said...

I am happy to hear the report and that you are feeling better.. I have no idea of what you are doing but I am praising God with you... I have been so out of touch.
Life here is slowly coming back to the center and Mom seems to have settled in and her mind seems to be clearing. At least she is not asking for Dad every day.. That was hard on her and me for me to have to tell her every day that Dad had passed from this earth and now living in heaven.......

Now she is concerned for her little house.... That is easier to deal with........

Blessings on you sweet friend and I will try and read some earlier post and find out what you are talking about..........


Susie said...

Use that energy while you have it:-)

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