I have been quite miserable today…and am currently doing a nebulizer treatment.  Hope this will make me feel better.  I have a doctor’s appointment with my new doctor on the 20th…and I think we will be discussing some grief therapy…and making a few changes in my meds…

Needing the feeling of making things my own again…there have just been a few too many changes in my life in too short a time…(5 – 6 years) and I don’t think I ever had time to adjust from one thing to another…and now it is hard to reclaim my life…and my space…but I am bound and determined to do it…

Treated myself to a rootbeer float…it made me feel better…


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jennifer
    May 06, 2013 @ 01:59:35

    Sara, any change takes some adjusting to and several changes in a few short years is enough to throw anyone off kilter! Take it easy, and be gentle with yourself.

  2. Dorothy
    May 06, 2013 @ 06:28:16

    Take care of yourself — I m catching up with your blog, I lost my mom 7 years ago next month. I still miss her –She lived with us for several years before she died — Sara it is tough when you mom passes away — it does get better, with time, but I still miss her. I think moms are truly our best friends — take care of yourself and what your going thru is natural – it has only been a few months. I did find that getting involved in projects did help because then my mind was thinking of something else. You will be ok just hang in there!

  3. Jeanette Purvis
    May 06, 2013 @ 08:31:31

    Agree – hope you are able to pull yourself up out of the dark hole quicker and quicker. We think that humans should be able to accept that we will lose our aging parents – but I think that the fact that we have had them all of our lives is something that makes it very hard to cope with when we have to say goodbye. I miss the long phone calls with my mother; I miss our shopping trips and our playing UNO and Scrabble into the night! I miss her laugh and I miss her unconditional support for me. But then again, I also feel her presence with me still – she was such a presence in my life, that it hasn’t really gone away even with her death. God bless you, S, and may you feel physically better soon, too. Blessings, Jeanette

  4. Janet
    May 06, 2013 @ 12:13:50

    I know a little something about changes 🙂 Hang in there, Sara, it WILL get better!!!

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