Thanks for all the supportive feedback yesterday.

I’m in a temporary, self-imposed, hibernation.

Well, except for a very brief trip to the hardware store yesterday – where a random man tried to pick up on me.

Isn’t that the strangest thing ever?

I was in sweats, no make-up, probably hadn’t even brushed my hair, aimlessly running a quick errand while in a complete pain fog …

And he was struck by cupid’s bow.


Life is full of odd moments, and my life seems to be full of more of them than most people’s.

I might call Dr. Painless today if my arm still isn’t settling down.

But, in reality, there isn’t much he can do.

Drug me up so I sleep away the next several days?

Hibernating (while awake) seems like a better option.

4 Responses to “Hibernating”

  1. Erica

    Part of the reason you might not get all the support and understanding you need is that no one can actually see your pain. I guess you look the same, but less happy. I hope the flare up dies down soon and I’m so sorry that the holidays you make enjoyable for the people in your life result in days like this for you.

    • Suzanne

      I think you’re right Erica.
      I “look” normal.
      I do my best to act normal/happy most of the time.
      When I can’t – I get met with anger rather than compassion.
      I’m sure things will improve each day …

  2. Missy Stalcup

    I just read your post from yesterday. Virtual hugs to you and I do hope today is a little better. You are always in my thoughts and prayers.


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