“Lord…” {when that’s all you pray}

May 31, 2008 at 8:23 am 1 comment

A little less haze every day..still a lot of eye fatigue.  I slept a good 12 hours yesterday.  Wore darkening shield all day.  Computer screen still hurts…still typing w my eyes closed.

Woke at 4 am in a lot of pain.  Better this AM, but I took a load of pain meds.  Apparently today is the last possible bad day if all goes well.

I’ve kept my bar and sink clean for three days…I think that’s a record.  When there’s nothing else to do, it sure makes me feel great.  Cleaned up my painting supply area that was strolled across the end of the kitchen to an out of the way place yesterday.  The kids shoe closet is cleaned and organized.  Still picking at cleaning my closet some.  Pulled out some chairs from the barn (Hub wasn’t happy about that, but I pulled them on the kid’s wagon, so I didn’t strain).

My eyes hurt.  I’m a little tired of hearing myself say that. It’s not an intense pain, it is an irritating, about to claw this contact bandage out sort of pain.  It’s that feeling of having driven all night with your contacts in, feeling like you can’t keep them open for one more minuts.  Only I’ve just slept for SO long and have woken to feel that way again.  UGH.  I Laid in the floor on all fours last night and prayed, “Lord…”  Sometimes, there are just no more meaningful words.

“continue to strive for the goal…”

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  • 1. Stacey  |  May 31, 2008 at 9:03 am

    Hmmm… maybe I don’t want this. 🙂

    Still praying each day gets better and better!

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