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melly2210 posted:
Morning...again if this is a duplicate, sorry.

Weather: Hot and starting to get really humid out

Sleep: Had grandson and he slept a total of two hours until we woke woke up, then he promptly went to sleep.

Mood: Exhausted and very anxious

Plans: Had OT this morning. Made one of those cool water bottle things for Junior to play with. Make some lunch. Then take him home. I have my new pdoc appt today which I'm nervous and anxious about. Then it's off to hubs follow up psych appt. Then pick up some prescription and the home to pass out.

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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bpcookie responded:
Hello dahlings, I hate Mondays

Weather: very warm Soon we will have to start using the A.C.

Sleep: good-ish. I've been with out my Lunesta because it costs too much and I have been using my Lorazepam for sleep. Lunesta used to put me into a deep sleep, which is what I need, Lorazepam doesn't

Mood: ok-ish. Lately I have been hypo-manic off and on but not out of control manic. I weened myself off of Depakote in hopes that my hair will stop falling out. Im only using Lamictal now.

Plans: Not sure yet. Do some chores, maybe work on my necklaces, play with the dog but that all depends on my VLSC pain which bothered me all night and is still bothering me. If it doesn't improve then I will end up spending the rest of the day in bed. I was warned by the pain specialist that my pain may increase for up to 2 to 4 weeks and then I will know if the procedure actually worked. uuuggghhh SSDD.

Have a good day my dahlings, keep your chins up. muahs
We will be friends until we are old and senile,.........then we will be new friends!!


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