I slept until 1pm yesterday.........and was barely functional the remainder of the day. The mid-week crash hit. I was hoping for a quiet day at work today, but no such luck so far. I'm already exhausted and have only been here about 2 hours. I have so much to get done at work, did not plan on having bosses in today, and am having a minor freak-out. It's so hard to shut up that type A personality, it's a constant battle still I'm afraid.
This is another reason why I know it's better for me (healthwise) to exit before much longer, I can't handle my own expectations.
I have not heard about the neuro consult, but am trying to sneak out of here today, long enough to go have the Lyme screening done. Perhaps, I can squeeze it in with some work-related errands. (Which will certainly not help with my fatigue level today I'm sure).
Tomorrow, is going to be another VERY busy day at work, so I'm trying to just remember to breathe and realize I can only do as much as I can do, so many hard lessons to learn.
I'm working through reading a book: "50 Things You Should Know About The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" by Neenyah Ostrom. This book was printed in 1992. The saddest thing......it's the same information we have now. I'm dismayed. Is it really possible that we are no further than we were 18 years ago???