I'm so fucking tired. I guess that's one of the fun party favors that comes with an autoimmune disease. I have so much trouble getting and staying asleep at night and when I tackled that problem with melatonin, I have another problem take its place. I'm in constant pain and it's not just my back. I"m tired, I can't sleep, I have no appetite, which David rags on me about and I can't walk a straight line or drive because of my vertigo. I'm a fucking walking talking mess. Where does it all end? I'm sorry, I'm feeling bad for myself when there are others in this world with worse problems and I should be ashamed. I'm babbling on. Sorry.
Anywho, The puppies are all around me lending support. Lucy hasn't left my side since I woke up. She's sleeping with one eye open right now on the couch next to me. I kid you fucking not. She has been my shadow for the past 5 days now. It's funny because she's usually daddy's girl all weekend and she's been with me all this time now. Her ears are moving as I type this. She's listening to the birds and the windchimes. She's gone, fast asleep now. It's a lazy day today. Nothing to do because I did it all yesterday. So I'll probably surf the web looking for cool stuff to read or watch on youtube.
David is going to buy me some elastic so I can sew it to the fitted sheet corners. I have 4 sets to sew. Since we have that waveless waterbed it's smaller in the pocket size of the fitted cal-king sheets and we've and the corners pop off when we sleep. The elastic on the corners will keep the sheets on the bed and we/'ll have a better night's sleep. One more thing about our bed is that I put a large king sized feather comforter on top of the waterbed. It makes the waterbed feel like a soft fluffy feather bed except it has a comfortable hardness and yet softness to it. I feel like I'm sleeping on my grandmother's bed like when I was little. It's so wonderful.