Still sick

I’m still sick.

Although, I’m not as bad as I was yesterday.

Yesterday I spent the morning with mom and my sister, then, in the afternoon, around 3 PM after I’d eaten I went to bed.

I was feeling really crappy. My whole body was aching, and I just felt like I’d been hit by a frate train.

I slept all afternoon and evening.

Mom came in to the room at one point to do a nebulizer treatment, and I woke, but I didn’t get up.

I ended up sleeping all night too. Only waking at 6 AM!

Now, this morning, I don’t feel too bad. I did wake feeling achy, but after I took some meds, and ate breakfast, the feeling has gone.

I’m going to have a nice relaxing bubble bath later on this morning.

Hoping that helps the aching in my body.

I keep blowing my nose, making sure the gunk doesn’t go down into my chest. That is the last thing I want to happen.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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