Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Mirror Mirror on the wall. This week has been Crap with a capital C. I know, I don’t usually use that word but I’ve been so so sick and it has been incredibly difficult physically and emotionally.
I’ve slept and slept and cried and cried. I’ve travelled with a banging headache and nausea to attend appointments.
I went to a ballet- which was the one positive- although I felt like Crap… my family loved it and it was worth it- writing a review in return for free tickets. You can’t get much better than that!
I try to be positive all the time but for just one week I feel sad, I feel down, I feel upset due to the fact my health has taken greater nose dive since September and I did not know it could get worse than it all ready was. I just feel like Crap and I want to crawl under the blanket and never come out!
But…..I’m a mum and I have a lovely daughter and I have to put on a brave face for her. I have a husband who needs a positive cheery wife, to help him get through this difficult time in our lives. I have to do it! (Be positive) for my family.
This week everything became too much and I could not cope… well I felt like I couldn’t cope. However I’ve had my days of throwing up and nausea and headaches and that’s not going to go away…… but the negativity has to.. it is not allowed to stay!!!!
I’m going to dust myself off and try once more to be positive and cope with this wretched illness. I will do my best for my family, for my daughter and keep on the fight. I’ll keep at my goals to get the right medical help.
There is so much that needs to be done and I will do it! One step one day at a time and if I’m too ill, ill rest and then get back on it when I wake. I have to- there is no giving up!
I have goals, blogging goals, family goals, Christmas goals, financial goals, health goals and I will set them and I will achieve them and even if it takes months and another few years I’ll keep fighting to get through this yucky time in my life.
I don’t want people to feel sorry for me, I just need a bit of encouragement to keep going.
And with that said, here is my quote of the week.