Well today I ran some errands BY MYSELF. It was nice to have some "alone" time and be out of the house besides being at a DR appointment. Once I was done w/ that I came home & took care of the chickens & dogs. Then the hubby and I went out to the deer lease to check the game camera... got some deer coming in finally.
I might have to start looking for a job, instead of waiting around on Social Security... we really need to get our own house cause living with and taking care of all my father-in-law's stuff, is not the best thing for me or my family. It's draining... to be honest. Ever since my mother-in-law abruptly died, i've been taking care of the house and his financials... and I just can't do it anymore.
Now James, my husband, is taking me out tonight. He knows I just need a break from mommysville. lol I've just had a lot of stress going on lately with school and the holidays, it's wearing me out. I want to just have a social security and volunteer and be done w/ it all. But if I get denied one more time, I'm going to just see if I can get a job working from home. That way I don't have to be at a work place if I'm not feeling well. I can work in my pajamas.
I'm going to call my neuro's office on Monday, see if they are going to schedule my MRI soon or what, also, to see if I'm going to be referred to a urologist. That drive to the deer lease was rough, to say the least.
My cousin came over yesterday, I cut his hair & he got his jacket that I've had at my house forever then we went out to eat at Pluckers. It was fun, I'm just glad James is home from work finally. He had to work a 48 hr. shift.
I've been in a "pissy" mood lately, don't know why... I guess it's because of all my symptoms & everyday life and school and AHHHHHHH! But I am really glad that my blogging has helped others with MS... it means a lot to know that just my words can help others. I'm pretty much not holding anything back in this blogging thing. Well, that's all for now, take care and be well everyone!
"I might seem as strong as a rock but I do have some cracks of weakness." -- Ashley Ringstaff