Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Another record-breaking day

Again in the low 80s.  I caved in and put some screens in two windows and the front storm door.  That door will have to be replaced this summer as it's warped and won't stay shut. I'm always afraid Professor will jump on the door when the mail carrier comes by and it will pop open.  As he has an intense hatred for anyone in blue I'm afraid what he might do.

Last night no sleep again.  Partly because it was so hot and partly because Professor just won't sleep because of the heat.  He got me up several times, none of which to go out.  He just wanted me awake.  And I woke up to the phone ringing at 9.  It was the dr's office calling Zach about his labs, which have improved enough he doesn't have to take the rest of his industrial strength vitamin D but can go to over the counter stuff.  And  his thyroid was normal.  So, as long as I was awake I just stayed up and then went to the store a bit later. I hate shopping when I've got to keep an eye on the clock.

I plan on sleeping in tomorrow come hell or high water. I must get some sleep before I have another melt-down like I did last night.  And no, I don't want to talk about it but suffice to say that I never cry.  Except for last night.

I have laundry to do today. Just one load because I have no energy for more than that. I'm not hanging them out because it's supposed to rain tomorrow and I don't feel like waking up to find out it rained in the wee hours of the morning instead of later on.  Tomorrow will be spent with laundry and cleaning. It's gotten away from me again and I'm sure Tom is annoyed by it.

I think I'm going to try a short nap before I fix supper. I tried earlier but got sidetracked with the screens as my bedroom was a sauna so I needed the window by the bed opened.  I think I can sleep now.  Hope so anyway.  I also hope tomorrow is more normal. I'm really, really tired of this fatigue.



knittingdragonflies said...

I'm with you, not sure why I'm so tired. I keep thinking I'll get an energy boost, what with the warmer nice weather.
Yard work calls. LOL
Take care

Kathy said...

Thanks. I've suffered from chronic fatigue for at least the last 24 years with a few periods of remission of sorts. You would think I would have learned to live with it by now instead of just whining about it all the time.