now I get it!

I'm hanging out on the couch, surfing through MS blogs. I haven't done this is a long time, and I'm finding it quite entertaining (and helpful). How's this for a t-shirt, "I know I don't look sick, but you should see my MRI's". lmao

The thing is - I'm tired. I'm being stubborn, and not going to bed. Currently, I'm reading threads in a neuro forum (which I found via a blog) and I'm focused on one particular topic, "Downsides of Cog Issues".

Today, and yesterday I have had BAD word selection and word finding. Luckily, most of the time, Jason has known what I'm trying to say. But it is so frustrating! Cog(nitive) issues.

So I'm reading, and I'm thinking...yeah, that's me....I've been really tired today and yesterday...I wonder if that is related to my word selection and finding challenges...OF COURSE IT IS...GO TO BED.

Good night.



Mike said...
August 3, 2009 at 9:57 p.m.

Just wanted to say hi.


Sorry about that. Anyway I was reading your post and I realized that has been my story for the last few days. In fact, I didn't get up until 2pm today.

Along with it I find it hard to have a single, coherent thought. I can't seem to make my brain focus on anything for more than a few minutes. Grrrrr!

Anyway, I hope you get to feeling better soon. I am going to shoot up my insulin and copaxone and see if I can get up after about 6 hours sleep. The trick, of course, is actually going to sleep after having slept the day away.


corina said...
August 5, 2009 at 10:51 a.m.

emily - i'm not there to force you to do this but you should let yourself chill when you need to know stop being so stubborn. you need to take care of yourself so that when you do have a good day or moment you can enjoy it to its fullest!

missing you too much,

Ladyfingers said...
August 10, 2009 at 5:39 p.m.

Thank you Corina. You ARE still here!! Listen to her Emily no matter where she speaks from.

Mom XO

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