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Saturday, March 23, 2013

I am off a medicine for one month now. I don't know if I'm still trying to adjust to being off the medicine or if the winter is getting to me, but I don't have any energy. I need to get out of this mode. I'd love to find some and get back into a schedule.
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    Yeah, I too am tired all the time.. don't now why... could it be the change of seasons? We didn't even get up till noon today, and I feel tired and sore most of the time. It hasn't stopped us taking walks, but that's all we're doing... it's only a week today that we had a big snow storm with 38cm of snow, so we've come a long way with most of that melted, so spring is coming. Gotta find new things to add to my life... moving into new house and a change of scenery etc. should be a good start...
    1881 days ago
    emoticon Sending Prayer your way Patty!
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    1885 days ago
    It seems like everything is hard for you at the moment Patty.
    What are you doing to take care of yourself and support yourself through this transition from your medications??

    I find exercise is the best mood lifter for me. I hope you can find a way to get things moving.


    1887 days ago
    emoticon As I look out at the snow I am hoping that Spring finds you very soon! emoticon
    1887 days ago
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    I am sorry to hear you are battling fatigue. I have some experience with that and it is so disheartening to battle it day after day. I hope you are able to find some energy and get into a good routine. For me, at some periods of my life, I have just had to accept that the fatigue is winning and get extra rest. It is a hard thing to accept, I know. When I do have energy, as I have lately, I sure appreciate it. Take care.
    1887 days ago
    emoticon My granddaughter has tons of it! I wish she would share!
    1887 days ago
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