Fear in Writing: Be Back

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Be Back

Today was my first unorthodox fibromyalgia treatment.  If I had known I'd be sitting for two and a half hours and the facility had Wifi, I'd have brought my laptop and blogged earlier.  As it was, I was hooked up to a vitamin IV for 90 minutes and giving copious amounts of blodd for who-knows-what tests for the other hour.  Then, fatigue sent me into a deep sleep during my kids naptime--so, I missed blogging today.  But I'll be back tomorrow with something totally brilliant! :P


16 comments:

  1. You missed an opportunity to blog!? For shame! :)

    Just remember you have the Uni cheering section here. We (by we I mean me and my split personalities) were going to get specially made uniforms, but all we could find were cheerleader outfits and I don't look good in a skirt (hairy legs, always downsides to gender based clothing).

    Fight fight fight!

    ^Sorry couldn't come up with anything more clever :\

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  2. Oh, I am so waiting to see that uniform. :)

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  3. Bummer! What types of vitamins, Michele?

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  4. Isn't fibro fun? I have it too. Was diagnosed two years ago. I loathe and love my naps. I need them desperately but want to write. It's a catch as catch can thing. See you tomorrow.

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  5. Hang in there and take care, Michele! We'll be here.

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  6. Well, I hope you feel better with the treatments and blog when you can.

    ann

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  7. Hope you're feeling better with the treatments! We'll be here when you have time!!

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  8. I'm glad you are getting help with this! Keep on keeping on as us hippies used to say (and apparently still do!) I'm with Univarn, hairy legs and all!

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  9. Crossing my fingers these treatments help you out!

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  10. Hope you feel better! Whether or not you blog every day, none of us will forget about you. Take care of yourself.

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  11. Hope you're feeling much better tomorrow. Keep us posted because we care.

    Stephen Tremp

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  12. Hey. You and your health come first.
    You'll blog when you can.
    Take Care,

    Al

    Publish or Perish

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  13. Thank you ALL! Wow! I'm blown away! This was meant to be a throwaway post!

    Diane- I don't know. Isn't that silly? I am waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay low on D, so I know that is in there. And definitely D, B-12, and B. I'm not sure what others if there are others as well.

    Jan- You and Mo'Nique!

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