Friday, January 25, 2008

Good News/Bad News

Good news is that we are finally finding our niche on schoolwork and getting things done.
Bad news is part of that niche involves me sleeping to at least 8 and sometimes 9.

Good news is that the kids are not sleeping that late.
Bad news is that the kids are not sleeping that late.

Good news is that I am getting to bed earlier lately.
Bad news is that earlier means 12 instead of 1 or 2.

Good news is that my kids watch TV to occupy themselves until I awaken.
Bad news is Valtrex and Cialis sponsor all daytime programming.

Good news is our calendar is pretty clear and my coma-like existence is not harming us.
Bad news is my coma-like existence.

Good news is my coma-like existence is still keeping up with most everything I need to.
Bad news is my coma-like existence.

Good news is there is crippling cold to blame my coma-like existence on.
Bad news is my coma-like existence.

Good news is I have a Dr. appt. coming up for an extensive check-up.
Bad news is it is not until the second week in Feb. and I feel like I am on Thorazine.
Good news is I am not and have never been on Thorazine.
Bad news is I worry they may prescribe Thorazine.
Good news is, I'm only joking-I'm much too lethargic for Thorazine.
Bad news is I think it could be more thyroid issues.
Good news is that is nothing new.
Bad news is that is nothing new.

Good news is this blog is finished now.
Bad news is I request your prayers as I really do feel very off. Thank you!!

3 comments:

~ Stephanie. said...

ohhhh . . . feel better! Maybe some yellow spring flowers would cheer you up - they sure have me!

Good News: Cialis has "happy commercials!" We love "Bob" at our house - whistle his song all the time! lol!

Jen, Fred, Jennifer said...

hugs!! Hope you feel better soon....I hate when I get like that......

Jason said...

Good news: When I have a cold, I take Dayquil or Comtrex or something, and it makes me feel great.

Bad news: When I take Dayquil or Comtrex, I feel a little too great and I look forward to getting sick just a bit too much. That is bad news, isn't it?