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Sunday Bipolar post - May contain triggers
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tryforever posted:
Hi Everyone,

Weather: Rainy and windy.

Sleep: 4 hours!

Mood: Irritable.

Plans: Today is a rainy day and I have already planned what I am going to do today ...... nothing! I love rainy days because it gives you that excuse to roll up and read a good book. So today | will be reading a book called God, Dreams, and Revelation - by Morton T. Kelsy.

Nice relaxing day....


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bptwin responded:
Hey Beepers!

Weather -- good, a little overcast

Sleep -- good

Mood -- Good, but I feel really run down, achy and tired

Plans -- just chill out....rest, and do a few errands
 
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BipolarDisorder2 replied to bptwin's response:
TryForever: LOL That's my plan today too! Enjoy your book & snuggling

Bptwin: Definitely chill out- you deserve it.


Weather: Rainy, super windy & cold

Sleep: Enough, could have done with less though, I think.

Mood: Okay, irritable a little, kind of depressed cos of the rain.

Plans: Chill out, watch a movie tonight, read a book (hopefully) and miss my man..*sigh* Exciting day, yes? *hugs* to the stockpilers.
 
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Dyanne48jj replied to BipolarDisorder2's response:
Hi you guys,
Well sounds like all of us have the same weather. We finally had a couple of warmer days, now its cool, breezy, gloomy and raining. yuk. My back yard looks like a good place for mud racing.

G..that book sounds interesting, let me know if its a good read.

Sharon...Hi my southern sista

BP2... my mood matches yours to be honest. Yes in answer to your other question, chronic fatigue syndrome. Wow, never heard of it being inherited as with you dad etc.

Plans....NASCAR. Thank God for nascar sunday afternoons. Go jimmie go.

This week, well in 2 days lol, I read Daniel Steel's "Big Girl" I have ready everyone of her book to date excluding 2 new ones that arent in paper back yet.

Hugz to all !
I KNOW I am crazy....THAT is what keeps me from going INSANE!!! Oceans and Stars- Dyanne
 
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MattB1979 responded:
Hello my new friends

Weather: May thinks it's March.

Sleep: Pretty good but lots of chaotic dreams. Definitely one nightmare.

Mood: Trying to hold it together. Big family drama is making it really difficult. My wife and her mom aren't talking and we're supposed to stay with them for two weeks in June. Yay!

Plans: Help my son make a volcano (fun!). Clean.

-matt
Anything's possible now that scientists have discovered magic.
 
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BipolarDisorder2 replied to Dyanne48jj's response:
We are just buddy buddy lately huh? Weather, mood, weight talk...LOL! Love you girl. Yeah, it's apparently genetic, at least in our family...unfortunate for sure. He gets treated by an alternative med MD with high concentrations of vitamins and minerals, and we have ALL (as of 5-6 years ago) began really watching what we eat, cos Dad's diet had to change dramatically when he was dxd finally. His got so bad that he had open sores cos his immune system had shut down, he was sleeping almost 24/7 cos he literally had no energy. It was awful.

MattB: YAY your first Daily Post Weeeeelcome! ROFL "May thinks it's March" it really does...gross. I hear you on the dreams too, I seem to be having nightmares lately and don't tend to remember them, I just know I wake up freaked. Hope tonight is better, & enjoy the volcano project
 
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mommaange1 responded:
Hi Matt...........I dont think I have seen you post to the daily post before. You might have and I lost my memory like I do alot of the time. Loose marbles...

Weather: UGLY!! have I made my point

Sleep: up at 5am totally not like me, miss 12 hour lady

Mood: Cheerful even with the gloom and yes Dy I have mud for a backyard too. To bad I have to let the Big moose dog and company out there. Muddy paws are the best

Plans: When hubby gets up we are all going to the mall for cases for our new phone...upgrades yah!!. And my dd and I are going to trade iphones because hers is a 8g and mine is 16. Pain in the butt dd...shes such a nag lol I hope they can transfer my contacts to the other phone because I have like 250 on there and I am not putting them in again
 
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BipolarDisorder2 replied to MattB1979's response:
Kay either I deleted this post or I didn't get posted..sorry if this is a double

Dyanne: You & I are SO buddy buddy lately! LOL Weight talk, moods, weather...Love ya girl! Yeah, it seems to be genetic in my family...my Dad's got SO bad (pre-dx) that he had open sores becuase his immune system had shut down, and he was sleeping almost 24/7..it was bad. He gets treated by an alternative med MD with high vitamin/mineral solution IVs and we all dramatically changed how we eat 5-6 years ago.

MattB: Your first daily post!! YAY! Enjoy the volcano project, and I SO hear you on the nightmares...I have been having them lately but don't remember them, which irritates me. Have a good day everyone!
 
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bpcookie responded:
Good morning my dahling Beepers

Weather: very hot

Sleep: very good

Mood: right now its ok, but last night I started having asthma probs again. I was doing so darn well for the past 2-3 days and all of a sudden my asthma acts up again. The only thing that I did was different was, drink two heineken beers (I dont normally drink that beer. Wondering if that may have caused it.

Plans: clean the oven, do the dishes, clip coupons. Tonight is the final for Survivor. (Come on Boston Rob, you can do it.). Me and my hubby loves that guy, he is a crack up.

You all have a wonderful day. smoochie
If you can't convince them, confuse them. - President Harry S Truman
 
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Dyanne48jj replied to MattB1979's response:
hiya matt

rut row, if dw and her mom arent speaking, then would the trip even still be on in june? i would want to re think that one.
Have fun w your son, kick it up a notch w a vibrant volcano or electric blue lava hehe
I KNOW I am crazy....THAT is what keeps me from going INSANE!!! Oceans and Stars- Dyanne
 
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Dyanne48jj replied to mommaange1's response:
Mo... you seem to be doing a lot better lately and i am so happy and proud for you.
i know dogs and mud eh. Hershie got a bath yesterday, finally. She also went for her annual i might brag. she is 'perfect' which i already knew hehe. she is 16mos old lab, female and should weight 70-80, and came in at 78. Good girl. She will drop that 'winter' weight once she can play outside more, she loves soaking in the sun.

250 contacts?????????? Gesh i dont think i have ever even MET 250 ppl lol
have a good one girly
I KNOW I am crazy....THAT is what keeps me from going INSANE!!! Oceans and Stars- Dyanne
 
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Dyanne48jj replied to BipolarDisorder2's response:
LMAO BP2, I was thinking that earlier, we have always 'chatted' but not like lately. I'm loving it!

Well my CFS was the result of a long illness. Try to short story here: stomach ulcerations so bad they had their own ulcerations and had attached to my esophagus, and literally rearranged my other inners ie intestines.

In USA ins wouldnt allow surgery, pushed drugs that didnt work notwithstanding my specialist told them in his 30 yrs of expertise I had one of the worse top 10 cases he had EVER seen.
Finally, here where i live in Canada, the surgeon freaked that it hadnt been done. The surgery took several hours and til this day he wont even tell me all the details and his face goes ash just speaking of it so you know it had to be bad eh. He had to manipulate the intestines etc back into their original places.
Well while waiting on this surgery my over all health completely decline to the point where any of my organs could shut down at any time. When I went under the knife, my chances of surviving the surgery were Less than 40%. So, I'm blessed to be alive, but the trama and shock my body sustained internally could not survive it. Dont get me wrong, my hemoglobin etc are all back up to 'liveable' JUST this year, but the damage was done leaving me with lifetime CFS.
I have every symptom too (some peeps just have a majority of them) including the sporatic sore throats and sporatic fevers. I can not plan anything . Actually do not know ONE minute to the next how I am going to feel, much less day to day.

Well, that wasnt a short story was it? lol I guess a long health prob has to have a long story.

wuvz and hugz bp2
I KNOW I am crazy....THAT is what keeps me from going INSANE!!! Oceans and Stars- Dyanne
 
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ddnos responded:
I guess I'll add to the "March," May weather - rainy and cold!

Sleep - great, since night before didn't sleep due to pain pill related situation

Mood - good

Plans - chill out, veg out, zone out, and any other thing that might entail doing nothing. lol

Have a great day, everyone!
No one is in control of your happiness but you; therefore, you have the power to change anything about yourself or your life that you want to change. - Barbara de Angelis
 
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minkysmom1 replied to ddnos's response:
Hi Everyone,

Weather: Had a heavy rain last night. It was so loud on the barn roof! Yes,I was in the barn last night really working on a mare who was readying to foal. Got in the house about 7 a.m.. I'm having some tea and planning out the rest of my day.

Mood :Great.

Sleep: I told my husband I was fine at 7 and he said oh just go lay down for a bit. I just woke up! So not like me.

Plans: Monitor the new foal very closely. Mama has been kinda not into this little girl. I hope she doesn;t orphan it.

Have a fun Sunday Everyone what ever you do!

Loves,

Minky
 
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BipolarDisorder2 replied to Dyanne48jj's response:
A long health has to have a long story- absolutely! Glad that you lived through everything CFS sucks hugely, but thankfully it's treatable, yeah? Major life changes for sure, but treatable and tolerable (although that is arguable ;p).
I've had a lot of surgery too but it was for my legs, not my innards...IDK which is worse ;p

Love ya girl!


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