Mary, I’m in Sebring, where the 12 Hours of Sebring Races are. I have an 8 mos old, a VERY active 3 yr old and an 8 yr old which I homeschool. This disease has certainly hampered life as usual around here. I did get a good night’s sleep last night after having insomnia Saturday night.
The kids have been great. My husband is mostly supportive, but is neurotic about the housework being done as usual. When I’m having a bad day, it is the last thing on my mind. I don’t mind him pitching in…but he sighs, moans and grunts, makes ugly faces and generally aggravates the heck out of me. Trying to convince him that I need things a little less stressful isn’t working. His company is doing some strange maneuvering and has him stressed and he hates to see me sick. He’s in sort of denial about it… thinks he can motivate me by being “tough.” The kids have been terrific…I try nøt to let the bad days show too visibly to them. I’m “anxious” to feel better so that their life can normalize again and maybe he’ll chill out.
Is it nice a chilly up in Jacksonville? I was praying desperately for cold fronts when the heat intolerance was a big problem. I don’t know if I’ll ever feel cold enough for long enough, so I’m still praying more good ones to come through! Glynis