Fibronaut At Home

Re-learn Something Every Day

on December 5, 2012

I should know by now that trying to go to bed when I’m not feeling sleepy and I’m having noticeable pain is not a good idea.  It is like I forget all the years I’ve tossed and turned for hours before falling asleep and I decide that maybe if i just lay down, I’ll get lucky.  I should know that will probably never happen.  It is 12:20 am and my muscles are aching and feel worn out.  I can already feel the weather we’re supposed to get on Thursday.  I really hope the weather doesn’t start another Fibro flare.  I am just getting my house back in order after the last one and I have way too much to get done before the kids are home on Christmas break.

I feel like I just did laundry and already it needs to be done again.  Is it just me or does dirty laundry replicate itself in the laundry hamper?  Same question, only with dirty dishes?  I already know that all my children have to do is drop one piece of cereal on the floor and the instant the cereal hits it multiplies itself by five.  Also, my children can fill a glass full of water and not spill a drop but give them anything sugary-sticky and suddenly they have two left feet and no oppose-able thumbs.

Now that these late-night ramblings are off my chest I’m starting to feel sleepy.  Oh, wait.  I jinxed it.  I shouldn’t have acknowledged that I might be getting sleepy.  I give up.  Good night all.


3 responses to “Re-learn Something Every Day

  1. painfighter says:

    Oh hope the weather passes quickly and doesn’t kick you into a flare! If it wasn’t for my hubby doing most of the laundry, I’d be in real trouble. It piles up fast for us and we don’t have kids yet. I’m sorry you’re having such trouble sleeping. What’s been helping me sleep of late (in addition to daily exercise) sounds kind of weird. I learned recently that amethyst crystals have healing properties. I read that if you put on under your pillow it helps with insomnia. I’ll be darned if it doesn’t work. I’ve been sleeping a lot better the past couple of weeks since I started doing it. I ordered my crystal off of Amazon. I also got an amethyst bracelet I wear every day. Anything that helps us is a good thing right? Hang in there!

    • csgomez79 says:

      My neighbor gave me a couple amethyst crystals to try for pain. She said you let them warm in the sun and then you hold them over where it hurts. I’ll have to try sleeping with them I guess.

      • painfighter says:

        I put mine where it hurts too and it gets warmer than I think it should from my body heat alone. I like to use it like a worry stone too. It’s soothing somehow. Putting one under your pillow can’t hurt after all. It’s worth a shot, but give it a few days to see if it helps you.

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