how I'm feeling

I have some time on my hands (my fav tv show doesn't come on for another 15 minutes, and Jason is watching the Bomber game) so I thought that I would come back today with one more post.

I have been feeling a bit strange lately. Emotionally...or maybe just mentally. I don't really know the word for it. I am frustrated by my limitations, and I don't feel productive in my life. I am getting very antsy for something to happen.

I have started the ball rolling to return to work - AGAIN. Last week I met with my rehab consultant, and he then met with my employer. Our plan is to return me to my job as I left it, with a few minor changes. As well, I would slowly build up my clients. I am nervous and scared about this. The initiation to return to work is once again my own.

I wouldn't say that I am bored at home, because there are alot of things that I would love to be doing, but I either don't have the energy to, or can't do certain tasks for long periods of time without getting dizzy. I have hobbies that I love to do, like creating beaded jewlery, and I can't always do that because the mere act of concentrating can send me for a ride on the tea cups!

A balance seems to be missing...I'm just a body, floating around my house. Maybe that means that my spirit is missing...

It's time for me to help find the person who disappeared without a trace...hey, maybe they could find my spirit!

Emily

2 comments:

Andrea said...
October 19, 2007 at 10:06 PM

I agree with Corina - I swear I just checked in here the other day, but tonight I had four entries to catch up on!

By the way, are you sure you're my sis-terd? Because I don't remember my sis-terd finishing her PhD in pharmacology - but you sound as if you have.

As for your spirit, I think it might be here in Kitchener, temporarily inhabiting your youngest niece. She has developed a penchant for scratching others - unprovoked, naturally. And someone has recently suggested using tape as a remedy....Anyways, I think I'll speak to your spirit about returning to Winnipeg where it belongs - sounds like it's missed.

Love you.

Emms said...
October 21, 2007 at 11:52 AM

I have an honourary PhD. You get one when you must be your own advocate and have a personal disease.

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