Plans: My tdoc has me doing this social rythm therapy so starting today I am following a fairly rigid schedule. I have to write everything down in my daily routine and also keep a thorough mood chart. So far, so good. We will see if it helps to make and keep me stable. Praying.
Plans: I need to call my pain specialist, try to get transferred to the surgeons nurse, ask her to ask the surgeon if HE will please write the procedure report so I can get it done ASAP. If I have to wait for the Dr. to do it, then I have to wait till April. Totally ridiculous. That would be just more days of my life wasted while Im in pain. So we will see how that goes. Thats what I will be doing today.
mood: bad, angry, grumpy, grouchy, totally and completly aggravated
sleep: a few hours maybe
weather cool and overcast, warming up later i think
plans: went for a jog to try and get out some of my negative energy, have to get dressed and take my son to his science lab for school, take my recycling in so i can have gas money, pick up kids from schools, make dinner and just try and be calm today, i feel just really angry and fed up with everything....ok off to get dressed now
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