- From: "Mercy" <someone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 00:03:26 -0500
You know Johnie, after I got up, the kids came over for about an hour and
wore me out again. I then slept on/off all day/evening until now and I am
going up stairs to bed. I get restored some but tire out easily. I do
think it is the chemo though because I have never, and I mean never slept
like this. Since the chemo, it seems Sunday/Mondays really hit me hard.
But now I am on a break from the chemo so we will see how I do from
Wednesday to Wednesday this next week.
As well, I was suppose to go to mom and dad's this afternoon, stay over
night and take dad to the dr. tomorrow but just couldn't because I was too
too tired. They are having their house helper take them instead and mom is
going along. I felt so bad because I can't even take my dad or mom to the
dr. right now. Dad told me I have to take care of myself first. It still
makes me sad. It is quite unfair to be too sick to help out your 88 year
old parents. Dang diseases.
By the way, I wanted to ask if anybody in ASA has lymphoma? This is
supposedly caused by the RA. Can you please ask over there and let me know?
Please? Thanks Johnie.
"johnie" <jhugh@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
I slept 16.5 hours last night; can you even imagine?
not in my most delusional state can i imagine 16 hours of sleep. oh my
god. how was it? Did you get some strong restorative periods out of it
or can you tell. Sorry for being nosy but I am really curious how you
feel after sleeping that long. I hope it felt good. I know your body
needs the extra healing some deep sleep would bring.
healing desert thoughts,
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