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I had thought I’d write today’s post from my steroid infusion treatment but I ended up just mindlessly playing on Twitter, talking to other patients, petting Jayden or reading. Today went well. I was dropped at the main entrance to the hospital and a volunteer took me to admitting where I was checked in by a very nice and acomodating I can’t spell that and don’t feel like looking it up woman. I’m just writing this howe ver it comes out. My body has energy from the steroids but my mind is still very foggy and tired.

The admitting lady took us to the infusion center where I met the nurse who’ll be taking care of me these days. Sh is very nice and fun. She got me hooked up to my steroids and was nearby if I needed anything. I got settled in to wait.

I feel pretty good as far as body aches go. Steroids make pain flee as if from a nasty storm. My shoulders are a little achey from wearing my heavy backpack and from sitting on a hard bench outside when I was done and waiting for paratransit. It was a lovely day outside so Jayden and I enjoyed the fresh air, listening to passing conversations, hearing people’s reactions to my dog, the kids are always the best. Doggy doggy! One said doggy! Oh a guide dog! Lots of smiles.

There was some delicous smelling food that met my nose on the breeze from time to time that awakened my steroids induced hunger.

Finally paratransit got there and it was a dirver I’ve had before so we chatted companionably on my way home. Poor guy, as I was bording he asked how I’ve been and I said, “well, you are picking me up from a hospital.” Usually I bite my tongue to those kinds of questions but it just popped out. There was a cringe in his voice and he said he hates when he does that. I assured him I was just there for outpatient treatment and that I hadn’t just gotten discharged from a lengthy stay.

When I got home I scheduled my rides for the rest of the week, fed my starving stomach, took a shower, fed Jayden and now B is home and I’m typing this.

My body could run sprints but my mind wants to curl up with a cup of tea and my book.

Tea? Yes I said tea. Sometimes that’s what I crave over coffee.

We just ate dinner so now I’ll post this and relax before tomorrow’s treatment. Tomorrow night I get to go out for Pho with my friend Robin! Yummmmmm.

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