I am happy to hear that you are doing better, even if it's just a little bit. Going back to one's roots or where your children grew up can be a very emotional thing. I did that a few years ag, and much to my surprise, found that the house had been turned into a fire training building for the local fireman. So buy the time, I got there the house was gone and the next door neighbors had purchased the land. In many ways, I am glad it's - there are many, many bad memories.
The best thing for you to do in regards to your Mom is to remember all the good times you together. You probably have a photo album/pics of her, you, family, etc. Maybe you can look at those and to help put a little smile on your face as you look at them and feel the love that you shared with her. Just a suggestion.
I am also glad to hear that you are going to see your pdoc - hopefully you all can figure out what is going on and try to fix it.
Lots of very, very gentle (((((HUGS))))) for you - I don't want to hurt your sores
So far, so good - I can't believe that the meds would be working that quickly, but I do feel quite a bit better. I am energetic and I am actually going thru a ton of paperwork that I have been neglecting. I've been at it almost an hour and a half, but I'm almost done. Then it's vacumming, working on the kids' computer to finish getting things set up - yesterday we were busy getting the kids computer up and running and wired into the network (my son Ryan is a computer geek -LOL, so he knows how to do that stuff). Now I have to finish the stuff that that I can do, and then some sewing. Already turning out to be a very busy day!!
How are you feeling? What happened at your pdoc appointment last week? Were there any changes made?
Thank you so much for inquiring how I'm doing. I just so love this family. Although I haven't done much posting in response to others who have posted. Up until yesterday, I haven't really felt up to it. So later today or tomorrow I will start replying to other posts to see if I can help in any way.
Soft Bear (((((Hugs))))) for you
Agoraphobia, Barrett's Esophagus, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Mitral Valve Prolapse, Panic/Anxiety Disorders, Probable Narcolepsy, PTSD, Restless Leg Syndrome, Severe Acid Reflux, Sleep Apnea, Social Anxiety
Meds: Abilify, Ambien CR, Ativan, Flexeril, Lamictal, Neurontin, Nexium, Requip, Ritalin ER
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