Thursday, May 26, 2011

Health Update Thursday(5/26)

Where, oh where, should I start?

Well, I'll start with the good news:: I've been doing pretty good lately! 

*quickly knocks on wood*

I've been walking regularly for 3 to 4 days now without incident. I've been waking up earlier the usual {I don't like sleeping until noon even if I didn't get to sleep until 2 or 3 in the morning} and doing more productive things with my newfound time. I'm taking and doing the things I need to on a daily basis and it seems to be going very well.

Even though I still have high-ish pain level depending on the minute, I'm ALWAYS suffering from that fatigue, and a few other quarks from day to day, it's something that I force myself to work through.

I've noticed that everything is worse in the mornings and late at night, but once I force myself to get up, start doing my necessary things, and go out to visit the family, by around noon or 1:00, I'm sailing :)

Yesterday, I even made cupcakes {recipe and pictures to come}!

And now since I forgot to send an email to my intuitive, I must bid you all adieu and go do that. Well, that and the fact that I can barely keep my eyes open, so sleep is imminent. Lol


7 comments:

Terra H. said...

Glad to hear you're feeling a little better.

Crocheted Little Things said...

You go girl! Kudos for you for telling the pain that you're stronger! You rock sista

Michelle @Flying Giggles said...

I am so glad to hear you are feeling better! I cannot wait to see those pictures of the cupcakes...sounds yummy!

Cheryl said...

Hi Kayla, glad to hear you are doing OK - the cup cakes sound great! Thanks too for following Kangaroos of the Scrubby Bush - it's much appreciated and I hope you enjoy the continuing story of Merrilyn and the gang.

WISPR said...

It was clear that healthcare reform if it is successfully implemented will provide better care for more people. So healthy care is very important. These all of the updates are very helpful.

Rose @ NetWorkingWitches said...

Glad you're doing a bit better. I know that the fatigue is what kicks my butt too.

Kathleen said...

I'm glad to hear you're up and about. I can't imagine how it must feel, I'm exhausted as is with pregnancy, though at least mine will go away soon. You're in my thoughts...