Saturday I woke up with a debilitating migraine. It has been at least five years since I have had one and they always have terrible timing.
Friday night, Delylah was having her sleep over. The girls had a great time. Staying up late. Making a mess. Dancing in her room. Playing dress up. Watching movies. Then, Saturday morning came and I was trying my best to muscle through.
I got them all dressed and did their hair all cute with make overs for each one of them. I just could not hang. I had to lay down and shut out the world. Darkness and quiet were my best friends. I was hoping to feel better by the time Delylah had her gymnastics. I wasn’t but I made myself get up because I didn’t want to miss it. It happened to be “bring a friend week” so one of the girls that spent the night got to do her gymnastics class with her and then we took her home.
The rest of my entire weekend was spent inside my house. In the dark. Under blankets. On the couch or in my bed. I’ve probably gained a few good “lazy” pounds from not moving at all but I was so dizzy, nauseous, numb and my head just hurt!
I was hoping to wake this morning feeling 100%. Unfortunately, that is not the case. My head is still fuzzy and hurts. It’s definitely not as bad as it was over the weekend but it’s still lingering.
I certainly hope I don’t pass on my migraines to my kids. I have been getting them since I was 11 and didn’t get answers about them until I was 27. It took 2 years of doctors, MRI’s, blood work and different meds to figure something out to help me. It obviously isn’t full proof.
It’s Monday. Back to school. Back to routine, no matter how crappy I feel. Time to get our taxes done. Time to feel better!
Happy Monday My Friends
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