Sublimly Ridiculous

*le sigh*

July 1, 2010

I think there’s something wrong with me.  But I can’t figure it out.  Or don’t want to.

*exhaustion after normal activity

*muscle fatigue

*lack of mental acuity

*chronic migraines (as in 2-3 days of each week)

*emotional instability

*lack of focus (more than usual lack)

*absence of interest in many things that I used to find intriguing.

And none of these things are easily fixed by doses of chocolate.

Not fair.

Perhaps blogging at 11:59 could be part of the problem?

Nahhh…  That’s the fun part, right?

  • Honestly, I have fairly minimal knowledge in such things but it sounds to me like you might have some kind of nutritional deficiency – it could even be something as simple as low iron, given that you’ve described exhaustion, lack of focus and lack of mental accuity. My mom would know more.

  • Almost everyone I know has a bad case of the winter SAD’s now that we have had such a long June-uary and on to July-uary this month. We should be in tacky tank tops that don’t quite fit right, slurping watermelon, thinking about floating the river. . . .
    Instead we are still making chowder, eating too many crackers, hunkering down on the couch in front of the fire, dreaming of summers gone by, all of which were warmer and dryer than this one. 😉 But that’s just me. 🙂
    Maybe we should be more like these crazy water skiers, who are out cruising around this morning in the rain, having a great time. 🙂 I’ll think about it over another cuppa. 🙂
    (Sorry to hear you are not feeling well my friend -Hugs)

  • AJW308

    Sometimes I think I come here just to see the new background/layout.

  • AJW, it’s for the children. I bore easily too… 🙂

  • Giraffe

    I have some bad news for you. You should probably sit down.

    It sounds like you have a case of double x chromosome.

  • Dude. You just called me a girl.

    This doesn’t happen very often, appearances aside… Truly.

    Do you mean this is what most women feel like in general?

    No wonder so many of them are completely nuts.

  • Giraffe

    I just saw emotional instability and self medication with chocolate and the diagnosis just came to me.

    But hey, chocolate makes good medicine, even if it doesn’t cure anything.

  • sounds like you’ve reverted back to being a 9th grade girl… you just described half my fourth period class last year… 🙂

  • Sam… that would be a fate worse than, well, almost anything I can imagine. I will suck it up now and NOT be the 9th grade Heidi 2nd incarnation.

    Because that would be bad.

    Very. Very. Bad.

  • Professor Hale

    You are such a woman. No cure. Even if you got a Choppadicoffame, you would still be a mutilated woman. The best you can hope for is to learn to hide the worst symptoms.

  • Prof, I confess to being too chicken to google that there “diagnosis”.

  • Professor Hale

    Oh, wait. Wrong direction. You would have to get an addadictome. No google needed. Just break it into smaller words, like they showed you in homeschool.
    8)

  • 😀

    Or maybe not?

  • Doom

    Tough times. And chocolate doesn’t do it? I’ll post a comment on God’s blog, on my knees. A sincere one. Get well soon, you deserve better.

Sublimly Ridiculous

*le sigh*

I think there’s something wrong with me.  But I can’t figure it out.  Or don’t want to.

*exhaustion after normal activity

*muscle fatigue

*lack of mental acuity

*chronic migraines (as in 2-3 days of each week)

*emotional instability

*lack of focus (more than usual lack)

*absence of interest in many things that I used to find intriguing.

And none of these things are easily fixed by doses of chocolate.

Not fair.

Perhaps blogging at 11:59 could be part of the problem?

Nahhh…  That’s the fun part, right?