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melly2210 posted:
Hi everyone. Sorry haven't been posting. Just really haven't been up to it.

Weather: 80's but sunny and humid

Sleep: Never ever enough. 3 hours. Blah

Mood: Depressed and anxiety way out of control

Plans: Spent the morning doing legal stuff. Came home. Did more legal stuff and then gave up. Have to go do an Open House for Avon tonite and I really don't want to go. Will have to be up most of the night again because S just informed me that there was an accident at day labor and a bunch of tables got dropped on his head. Of course he won't go to the ER. So I'll be up all night to wake him on and off cause the likelyhood of a concussion is pretty good from what he described. I just can't catch a break.

Hope everyone else is ok. No time to read past posts. So sorry.

Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
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lotus responded:
What a crummy day. I am so sorry. Just wake him up every 2 hours. I mean really wake him up. Have him talk to you tell you how he is feeling. No complaints from him now.. No dents in his head. Good luck, try and sleep between the 2 hours


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