Friday, June 15, 2012

Too Sick to Sleep

For anyone who ever thought I blog daily because I have so much free time because I have no life (or health or whatever)...FYI I've been blogging in one form or another since the early 2000s. Sometimes twice a day. Those days I had a full time day job and a part time night job. (Those days, if I'd known then what I know now about making money online, I could've paid off my mortgage --I used to have that much traffic. Sigh.)

I think I just have a diary personality. But I like an audience. Which is probably weird. I don't like to write to myself.

So I'm actually not blogging all that often compared to what I used to do. These days I'm either too tired or too busy to blog. Today, I was too tired to blog.

Except now I'm too sick to sleep. So here I am blogging.

Yep. The adrenals are like ol' faithful. I can always rely on them to have a hissy if I act like the adrenaline junkie I am and *gasp* go for a daring walk around the neighborhood.

So GI nastiness galore for me.

I thought the day had ended well considering I didn't even feel like I wanted to be alive until noon or so. After that it went into an upswing, culminating in a walk. I was excited because I had good energy and strength for the walk, but then things promptly fell apart.

The alternative doc wants to get my system "self sufficient" again. To which I say, Hell Yeah. Only I don't think my body got the memo. It just can't seem to handle anything.

By the way, no steroids today. Just trying to power through. Sooner or later my body has to realize Defcon 5 is overkill for a walk around the neighborhood.


  1. Is this fallout from the squirrel "attack"? :(
    I know what you mean about blogging and diaries. I feel like if I'm just writing entirely for myself, I am lazy(-er) and don't push myself to examine what I'm saying before I say it.

  2. Probably. It just wasn't my week this week.


  3. Ohh makes me so sad to read this post. You go through so much. I really hope this turns around soon!


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