Posted 11/9/2010 1:13 PM (GMT -8)
Nanners, I started my Christmas preparations on ANZAC Day (April 25th). I have bouts of such severe fatigue that I can't count on being able to do a big push at the "normal" time... plus, if I do it early, I don't have to contend with crowds or stand in so many queues, and have a better chance of finding the right gifts for people. That's not to say I'm organised yet - far from it - just pottering away at it, little bits at a time, when I'm able.
NCOT, I do worry for you, as you know. Just out of interest, what would happen if you went down to your hospital the next time you're feeling so depressed, and just sit there until you get help? Sometimes, that's what you need to do... And maybe people aren't taking you as seriously as they ought because they're seeing you *after* the storm has passed, rather than at its peak.
Choc, I'm glad you have a bed on a ward (how many people in your room?) at last, and I hope you start to feel brighter soon.