Thursday, 26 May 2011

I am Lost in a Cloud of Weariness


Life is so uneventful in my world at the moment.  I drag myself out of bed, stand in the shower for way too long, throw on some clothes, have some multigrain toast and vegemite because my tummy is has been feeling a bit unsettled early in the morning and vegemite doesn't seem to bother it more, and head off to work.  After work I come home, collapse for a hour or two with a book or blogosphere, drag myself out of bed to organise some form of dinner, perhaps (if I'm lucky) do a few chore like the dishes or some washing and then head back to bed. 

On the weekend (and Fridays) there is sleep, sleep and more sleep.  There are pyjama filled days.  There are groans at the thought of leaving the house.  There is not much housework going on.  I am definitely going to get a cleaner, I just have to locate some energy to ring around and find one...

Last weekend the highlight was going to Ikea and spending a few hours doing some craft room unpacking.  But then I was so knackered for the rest of the weekend that I didn't even have the energy to make it to Brown Owls on Sunday.  Very sad.

I am getting incredibly bored with being tired all the time.  I had yesterday off because I was feeling very nauseous and I slept for most of the day and still today at work people were saying I looked really tired.  *sigh*

I want to wave a magic wand and have some relatively normal energy levels back.

I know I shouldn't whinge because in the scheme of things, I have it relatively easy.  But I miss the old me.  The old me who back in those days I thought was always a bit tired, but now I know better.

What do you miss about the 'good old days' when you didn't realise how good you had it?
 

3 comments:

2paw said...

Yes, The Olden Days. I miss going to work, I loved going to work. Still, I get to stay home with The Labradors!! Oh Ikea, there are no Ikeas here so I am green with envy!!!
Hope you feel less weary soon.

Michelle said...

Chin up hon why don't you sit outside and get a little autumn sunshine with your vegemite might make you feel a bit better xxx
Good ole days were being a bachelorette and washing once a month and cooking once a week ... now its every day!

Baa-Me Kniits said...

Sorry to hear that your medication is making life a struggle, good on you for focusing on the little things and yes get a cleaner and let them take on that job (I've always hated housework!).

Lucy Rabbit is going to Adelaide next and then she will be flying over to your place....she makes a good bed buddy :-)

How long till holidays??? I think I could have pyjama days every day and never get sick of them. Hugs to you xx