So much so that when I finished radiation today and didn’t have any morning work appointments, I crawled into bed and went back to sleep.
I drive to MD Anderson West every morning. I leave the house at 7 am. After checking in, going through radiation (which is brief, thankfully), I’m home by 8.
With most of southeast Texas on spring break this week, my work calendar is lighter than usual.
When I got home this morning, I crawled back into bed. Jeans, sweater and all.
Shockingly, I fell asleep. That’s how tired I am. I can never go back to sleep. I’m incapable of napping or sleeping in the daylight. Yet here I was, stone cold asleep until my family got home from the farm at 11 am.
I plugged back in and went to work.
But I’m going to have to be careful to only do social media in VERY SMALL DOSES this week. Seeing everyone on these wonderful spring break trips nearly threw me into hysterial tears. I can’t take the kids anywhere because of FREAKIN RADIATION every morning at 7:30.
Thank you for enduring my pity party. It’s over. There’s gobs of people who can’t go on spring break either so let me put away the world’s tiniest violin.
I offered to take them to Top Golf tomorrow. Or do something fun that doesn’t take too long because I have the stamina of an 80 year old right now. Actually, if we’re comparing my stamina to my 80 year old father in law, it’s way less.
Twelve days left.