Glutton for punishment

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Date Joined Jul 2009
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   Posted 3/3/2012 8:07 PM (GMT -6)   
All this week I've been feeling a flare coming on from too many stressors.
Sunday- my cat died cry
Monday -sat under unprotected florescent lights for 7 hours nono
Wednesday- was told my school was definitly closing and I would need to start packing and sorting items over the next few months. I still don't know if I have a job next year. eyes
Friday- We had special guests coming in and out of the room. The children were very restless with all of the disruptions. This stressed me terribly. shakehead
Today-I had to clean my bedroom, because I had let it go for weeks and it was a mess. I just sweeped & mopped, but it was too much and I had to sit down and rest. I was shaking all over.
After resting for an hour or two I had to help my mother move a couple of boxes and two light pieces of furniture out of a different bedroom we're redoing. shakehead During this I get a call from my brother that his daughter has been injured in a car accident and needs me to go to the hospital to check on her. shocked He was far away and couldn't check on her. I rush off (not putting enough sunscreen on) to find she's just banged up (TG). :-)
I get home to find my mother wanting me to finish moving furniture off the carpet. We ripped up half of the carpeting in the room. nono
I'm sitting here now feeling like quoting "You reap what you sow". smhair
I'm so achy and tired. I haven't done this much in over a year. I'm really going to feel this tomorrow and possibly on into the next week. mad

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Date Joined Jun 2008
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   Posted 3/3/2012 10:37 PM (GMT -6)   
So sorry about your cat and your job. That's a lot to contend with even when everything else is sailing along. I hope you can rest and de-stress enough to downgrade the flare. Wishing you a much better week to come!

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