Post Edited (Green Grove) : 12/26/2008 3:06:06 PM (GMT-7)
Yup Maz, it is just you darlin ...........LOL. Of course it is not just you. I cannot be in direct sunlight without a ton of lotion on second degree to the skin cancer. I also do not like to sweat. I turn on the air conditioner when it gets to 70 degress...... Hubby turns it off so I wait for him to go somewhere and turn it back on.
The heat drains you of energy. I understand Maz, I truly do.
Hugs my friend,
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
i hate it! it triggers my Fibro, it stresses me out, messes with my sleeping patterns and generally raises my anxiety above its usual level. i should move to Seattle.
Post Edited (Mazfire) : 12/26/2008 6:42:52 PM (GMT-7)
Thanks Sam. most people are affected by the cold and the dreariness of winter, thats what makes me feel like the odd one out because i thrive in those conditions- its summer that im 'allergic' to. My awesome dad just finished installing a seperate airconditioner in my bedroom, seperate from the rest of the house air-con so i can regulate the temperature as i like. i have thick flannel sheets instead of curtains, blocking as much sun as possible.
I am sorry your Pdoc is so far away- thats a long way to drive, but as you said, its worth the trip. im blessed to have my Pdoc 15mins away. im super grateful.
Have a great day, Maz XX
p.s even with the air con its still yukky! so humid and sticky, dont feel like i can breathe properly, every breath feels like wet air. its driving me a little nutso! and the forecast for the rest of the week is extremely hot, humid and we are on bushfire alert.
It rains everyday in Seattle when it is not snowing..........LOL.
Anxiety 2007; IBS 2004; Chronic Hives 2002. Medications: Allegra, Zantac, Xanax, Darvocet.