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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Breathing is so overrated

I have a cold. A giant sneezing, snotty, phlemish head cold. I cannot stay awake. I have slept probably 20 hours in the past 24. I honestly cannot focus on anything. I am absolutely worthless right now. I'm hot and sweaty and feverish and crabby as hell.

Other than that, nothing interesting is going on. I've got a long, controversial post brewing but I'm just too stuffed up to write it now. But it's coming soon.

This morning was absolutely the most pleasant morning we've had in years. I don't know why, but the Boy woke up in a good mood. This never happens. Never. But the Girl and I were teasing him and he joined right in. He's feeling a bit better. Which means they're getting along better. Which means that I'm not so tense and stressed. He increased one of his meds, and that seems to be helping. We get to increase it a bit more next Monday and I'm really hoping that this is the answer we've been looking for since last spring. It's been one hell of a ride. I'd like it to be over.

And that's about it.

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