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I'm feeling a little bit wacky. I've been in a flare for about a week. I thought I was on the mend for about half a day, but I think I may have just been over-caffeinated. This time around seems to be primarily fever, fatigue, joints, kidneys, and exquisitely tender glands (I have a fascination with the ache and swelling and can't seem to stop pressing on them. I'm weird that way.) I was worried for awhile because there were a few hints of spinal cord issues, but they went away, thank goodness. Per usual, I've decided that I am tired of this! I'm going to do a really intense meditation tomorrow and see if I can't get the healing jump-started!

I would do that tonight, but we are - once again - supposed to get violent storms, including tornado activity. The storms that are bearing down on us right now have already spawned multiple tornadoes, and are only gaining strength. Damn, I'm tired of this weather!

In good news, my daughter got her new flute and begins summer band tomorrow morning. She is very, very pleased. Here she is, my freckle-faced girl:



I'm having fun looking for pics to answer a little meme, which I will put up posthaste. Hope the wicked weather doesn't blow any of you away!
Peace,
~O~

Date: 2011-06-09 04:37 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] yummykit.livejournal.com
i'm sorry you're feeling awful. i've been having swollen & tender lymph nodes lately, which made me wonder if the SLE was getting crazy again (as symptoms would suggest lately) or if i have just been dealing with an infection or virus. anyway...i'm like you, apparently. it hurts.......but i still squish those stupid lymph nodes all the time. ridiculous.

such a cute picture of your daughter! hope you all are staying safe with those storms.

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