Tuesday, August 25, 2009

I've got to snap out of it!


For some reason i'm feeling a little down lately. Maybe it's a combination of the surgery plus the sleep problems.

Last night i did take something and slept for 8 hours and feel better physically today but for some reason i'm feeling a little blah, i don't even know how to describe it.

I even had thoughts of not doing this blog any more. And that just isn't like me.

So in an attempt to cheer myself up i'm going on a nice long walk as that usually helps me clear out any cobwebs that maybe in my head.

I will post again later

19 comments:

  1. Hope you feel better. Is it sunny out? Soaking up some good vitamin D can really help with your mood.

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  2. The Two Kittehs have an award for you!

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  3. I understand that blah feeling. Not getting enough sleep definitely will contribute to that so I am glad you got your 40 winks in last night. Take care of yourself and I hope your walk helps you to feel better.

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  4. Cheer up Suzi and please don't leave us! We need your gorgeous pics, question days and walking inspiration!

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  5. Without a doubt.
    It takes time for those "O.R." drugs to leave your system. It's just transitional noise!

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  6. I bet it's post surgery blues I had those for awhile after I had my gall bladder out. I bet a walk will help it always seems to make me feel better. Hang in there, hope you keep getting more rest that will help too.

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  7. A nice walk always helps me feel better. I hope you will feel better soon.

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  8. I hate feeling in a funk!! Sorry your feeling blue. Don't leave us though!! Enjoy reading your blog =)

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  9. I hope you are feeling better by now. I think the not sleeping can really bring a person down, emotionally and physically!
    If you get tired of blogging, maybe a break will do you some good. Even though we would miss you!! But don´t stop!

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  10. Listen to your body. If you need a break...TAKE IT!!

    You know we will all be here when you come back :)

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  11. You can't quit now...I only just got here! I read your blog everyday, even if I don't comment. Love your question days!

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  12. Oh Sweet Suzi!

    It must be your turn this week. I had the blahs last week. Had the same no more blogging thoughts.

    It doesn't last forever. Wait, you already know that...lol

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  13. Those anaesthetics can leave you feeling low for a while, so hopefully the blahs will pass soon. I hope the walk did the trick.

    You can't pack in your blog - we need to see your lovely photos!

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  14. Keep plugging along...everything (your mood) will right itself as this surgery becomes more distant. Keep taking something to help you sleep. You need to have a few nights of great sleep before you actually start to feel the wonderful effects of it!

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  15. I commiserate with you about the blah feeling. Sometimes it descends without your knowing why and then leaves the same way, in it's own sweet time. But it's H*** while it hangs on. Please don't give up on blogging! I'm a daily reader and I would miss you!

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  16. Suzi,

    It's the drugs, not you! It takes awhile for them to get out of your system. A good night's sleep will help too.

    Please don't stop blogging. We lurve you!

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  17. Quit! That's the foulest 4 letter word there is. :)

    Do what you need to recharge.

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  18. Hey there :)

    Sleep deprivation is HARD. Been there. I hope you can figure out something that helps...

    I didnt read the suggestions on your other post, but when my son was having trouble sleeping, his pediatrician told me to give him a dose of Benadryl every night for a week or two, at the same bedtime. After that to wean off it. It helps train the body when to sleep. I think he actually was on it for about a month before he started sleeping on his own, but it did work.

    HTH :)

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  19. That's a pretty, but lonely looking picture.

    A long walk always makes me feel better, even if it's just a bit better.

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