Re: MARIANNE: Re: I don't know

From: marianne bolding (
Wed Aug 8 00:06:09 2001

Nancy, you are right...I will stop pooping white, and everything will be less to me as time goes on...alot of it is that initial shock of "diagnosis". Finding out that there is something else you have to deal with. I know that after I educate myself more the feelings will wear down...just as with adhesions...I go through that panic mode..."Oh my God! What's happening to my body? Why is it rejecting me? What am I doing wrong?" mix that in with "Why is all this happening to me at 32? There's no history in my family?" etc. etc. etc. Once I educate myself I usually calm down. I'll just have to make changes I don't really want to. Like I raised my bed 6" from the ground looks completely weird...6" is alot. It looks like my bed is going to take off. My husband saying that it's harder for the blood to get back to the heart without your feet elevated, too. I decided to raise it only 3" and it still seems weird. I can't believe that car of yours. What a picture!!! and I asked you if you were going to repair it...that is funny. What do you do...start with a new car for the next derby? You don't even use the old frame? Love , Marianne --- "Nancy E. Hale" <> wrote: > It's got to be the weather! Seems like everyone is
> cranky and out of sorts
> and everything gets on your nerves really bad!
> I would hazard a guess that you're right about the
> barium, although that is
> little comfort, I know. The depression is
> understandable - I've been going
> through phases like that for the past three years,
> ever since I started
> having problems. It's hard to accept that you
> simply can't do what you
> feel you should be doing and want to do without
> suffering for it afterwards
> - and that includes having sex, which I've always
> considered to be one of
> the greatest and probably safest anti-depressants
> ever invented, although
> just as addictive as the prescription ones *grin*
> Yesterday I had a really bad day, and it was
> suggested that I stay in bed
> today to rest. When I got up this morning and
> started into my day - which
> was supposed to include about 8 loads of laundry
> (curtains and bedding from
> the trailer which is all covered in construction
> dust and cat hair from the
> renovations we are conducting and the house being
> inhabited by only our two
> cats for the past two months) - I was dragged away
> from the house to keep
> me from over-exerting myself. I only did 3 loads of
> wash instead of 8,
> because I ran out of detergent and Chester wouldn't
> take me to get
> more. That way he didn't have to worry about me
> wearing myself out. I can
> take the hint, so we'll go get detergent tomorrow,
> and the wash will still
> be there waiting for me when I get around to it.
> Yes, I do drive, but I
> haven't been driving unless I have to since I quit
> driving taxi in May.
> So chin up Marianne. The heat wave will end, you
> will stop pooping white,
> your caffeine levels will return to normal, and you
> will lose the urge to
> strangle the people that refuse to understand how
> you are feeling and that
> you really are sick, in spite of not looking like
> you are.
> Love and hugs, searching desperately for a breeze
> (only about 95 here)
> Nancy in NB
> ICQ #9683431

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