28 May 2015

The folly of getting comfortable

Just when you are feeling fantastic, and the Meniere's is the last thing on your mind, BAM!

You spin back into reality with a week long (still going) episode.

And the bitches at work start in on you for driving.

HELLOOOO Im not driving when Im in a full spin.

HELLOOOO Driving (or riding) makes me really wobbly for a while after I've been in the car a while  ie: my commute...

So Im wobbly.
So Im dizzy.
Im not in a full spin or I'd not be typing, hell I wouldn't even be at work I'd be barfing.

All this does is give the haters more ammo. More ammo to try to tell me how to live my life. More ammo to use to judge me....
My hearing is impaired right now so I can't hear your snotty comments.

HA!  There is that...

It gets better every day, but right now I feel pretty crappy and want to take a nap.

No, I want to play with my embroidery machine, but I feel too lousy for that....

Right now its 76 degrees in my office and Im about to freaking die... Oh yea, ya'll screwed with the a/c ten seconds after I said the cooler air felt better.

So screw off haters and judgers. My situation sucks enough without your comments.

You don't know the fear I have of the day when I can't work anymore. You have no idea what it means to me to be able to still wobble into work and sit behind a desk and work.  You have NO idea how bad our situation will be if I can't work.

You have no clue.

P.S.   Im jacking the a/c down while you are at lunch.