Now Playing: Day 827-The Final Road To Survival
This is what your body feels like after a seizure, as if people were standing there stretching and pulling on every single inch of you.
Yes. I was sore as all heck today! My entire body aches and rightfully so! If having a seizure wasn't enough to deal with we lost power around 4am. I was just about ready to fall back to sleep after taking medication to help loosen up my arms and legs when POOF!! there went the power. Eric was in the middle of finally being able to watch a movie he taped two weeks ago when POOF!! the TV went out.
Its smart that we always fully charge our cell phones before we lay down to rest. After Eric made five phone calls to our energy company we were told it would take 3-5 hours for them to fix and restore electric to three areas around the city. What would had been an attempted great night of sleep instead went to finally having electric around 10am and not getting up till 5pm. I think we both officially beat any old sleeping records. Hahahaha! Littleblue drove me nuts jumping back and forth between the couch and floor all hours of the night and since once again the heat and humidity are back the house quickly got stuffy and hot. Once the electric came back on it took another hour to cool things back down. Work that was suppose to happen with house repairs today got postponed until Tuesday and Wednesday so this gal could get some much needed rest! AMEN.
I dealt with tremors for most of the day but thank goodness no after-seizures. I regained full use of my left side by 6pm just in time to play outside "Supervisor" while Eric planted the apple trees. He did a great job and they look sooooooooooo good! We had an empty part of the front yard that needed something and what it sure needed were some apple trees. Hopefully by next summer they will be twice the size if we don't have such a dry year. Eric was nice enough to finish all of the house chores and watering the flower beds outside. We now have over 14 different varieties of wildflowers starting to bloom. They really brighten things up! Even the new groundhog family get to enjoy them since their new home is near the wildflowers. Let's just hope they don't eat them. So far so good!
We didn't get to walk at the park and visit the baby ducks this evening since per my doctors suggestion its best to take it easy and let my body rest. Instead I was able to finally catch up on a few taped shows and Eric got to finish watching his movie. Drano aka Hell-In-A-Jug treatment also had to be postponed due to the seizure so hopefully I can play catch up in the next 48 hours.
Hey, life happens and so does GP...