Thursday, April 29, 2010

Imitation of A Tortoise

I spent most of last night in Hallucinogenic Land due to my pain meds and ended up feeling pretty unrested when I awoke. As a result, I've decided to try and wean myself off all the prescriptions and just alternate between Tylenol and Motrin for pain control. It's almost 4 pm and I'm still feeling fairly comfortable; better yet, my brain has cleared and I think I am starting to see the light of day.

I always hear about people getting addicted to pain meds and I thought that must be because they made one feel all light and billowy and happy. I could understand getting addicted to that feeling; however, I can't imagine getting addicted to these feeling of being so confused and bleary. Yeck.

At any rate, I just wanted to let you know that I am feeling a bit more normal and am working on a longer update to be posted later today or tomorrow. I'm still needing an inordinate number of naps each day, so any task I embark upon tends to be mind numbingly slow and tedious. But I'll do my best imitation of a tortoise and eventually arrive at my goal of producing a longer, more informative post.

Thanks so much for the comments and e-mails and encouragements sent my way this week; it's always a highlight of the day for me to check the computer and receive that lovely infusion of support.

9 Had Something To Say (Just click here!):

Lisa said...

Praise God for His healing touch. This post made my heart feel good. YAY!

Love you!

MaryH said...

Thank you, Lord!!! The tortoise beat the hare, you know - sure and steady and with a purpose!!

Michelle said...

A little something to make you smile (at least, I hope!):

A little boy sat waiting outside a store with a dog. A man approached and asked if his dog bit. The sweet boy told him no.

The man reached down to pet this dog, and before he knew it, the dog had his jaws locked around his arm! The man was injured badly, and once the dog was pryed off of him, the angry man yelled at the boy "You Liar! You told me your dog did not bite!!!"

The boy politely responded "No, Sir, I did not lie to you. This is not MY dog."

SuziQCat said...

Glad you are starting to feel better, or at least less foggy! Embrace the tortoise!

Whitney Hopkins said...

I don't sign in often, but I am reading all of your posts and wishing you a speedy recovery and healing. Glad to hear that you're feeling a little better!

Anonymous said...

Tortises live a long, long...lonnnnng time and they never have a bad hair day... and they don't seem to worry about their weight! Go, Miz Tortoise!

Love - Guerrina

Kaye Joyce said...

Tears come to my eyes everytime I read your blog. I wish I could take away some of the pain and the feelings of, will it ever get any better!!?? I pray the good Lord will give you a special touch and help your recovery be amazingly FAST!!! Love you my friend!
Kaye Joyce

Dianna in Louisiana said...

That a girl "Ms Becky!" I was so not expecting a post like this one, and its wonderful to read. What a woman you are! What a testimony you all are!

Anonymous said...

So happy you are getting closer to the top of the mountain and getting ready to coast down. Hope every day you continue to feel better.