Thanks everyone for the welcome back,
I feel pretty strung out from all the meds, still very shaky and in need of sleep every two hours or so. Its obviously going to take me awhile to heal properly.
My GP told me to drink lots of water, eat regular meals and sleep. So I'm doing my best, it was a gorgeous day yesterday so I went for a walk with my son down by the water, truely beautiful and very healing in itself.
We've had the most glorious weather, unseasonly warm, just lovely to experience. The new house helps too.
I obviously completely overdid it when we moved, huge wake up call to me to listen to this old body of mine. It was a pretty crazy time and all those migraines were telling me to stop, hard when we had so many relatives staying and the party for 120 and then the relatives from Ireland got stranded with the volcanoe erupting, just madness...
Going to work for 3 hours today, but I will pace myself, I can't take more time off unfortunately only 3 weeks out from mid year assessments. Hard for others to fill in my lectures and it sounds as if my students are way behind. So duty calls, lucky its all stuff I know inside out and doesn't require too much brain input, I don't know how much of my brain is functioning? Pretty sad.
I'm also shocked at the amount of prednisone they gave me, even for asthma attacks I've never had that amount. I wonder how long the effects will last, got to enjoy it while I can!
Best wishes to you all, my lovely HP family, golitho