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Cycle 1 Day 2 — 18 Comments

  1. That’s a lot of work, well done!

    As for the pred, way better that everybody knows what it is and that it is what it is. Hang in there.

    • As it turns out, I am fine in the morning – so I need to figure out when witching time starts!

  2. I hope this outpouring is a good outlet for you.

    Sometimes it’s good to let things go like this. Those around you will always bear the full brunt of how this is all playing out.

    The positive is you are managing to work through the boxes. Keep at it and draw on that as a positive, small as it may be.

    It’s tough.

    • Stomping boxes is quite therapeutic. I think that I need to save that part for the evening. I warned everyone not to take it too personally, but at the same time, ignoring me was likely to escalate…

      Poor babies, I can feel empathy this morning!

    • Stomping boxes is quite therapeutic. I think that I need to save that part for the evening. I warned everyone not to take it too personally, but at the same time, ignoring me was likely to escalate…

      Poor babies, I can feel empathy this morning!

  3. How high a dose of prednisone do you have to deal with? This sounds so not fun and retreating and doing things that keep the mood up as much as possible, sitting it out is the only thing to do.

  4. I sure hope you will be feeling better soon !!!!

    Greetings from ruff seas on the way to Abu Dhabi ?

    • thanks! I certainly hope the seas don’t make this leg of your cruises too rough. Hope to see you Mid March!

    • Course one, Day 2.

      Day one is all the thrilling infusions in various colors (clear and a weird orangy red) my non-friend prednisone on days 1-5

  5. It’s overcast and cold here. What’s it like in Berkeley this time of year?
    Kudos on getting 4 boxes sorted. It is a wonderful feeling to be able to sort out a good percentage to get rid of – at least for me it is.

    • Raining, a light soaking rain which is good, but I just am not in the mood. Of course, I can’t go sit out in the sun but don’t want to be mean about that…

      any boxes is good. The problem of course is there are still well over a hundred (perhaps 150?) that are still untouched.

    • Great Poem. it gave me a but of a laugh as well as sympathy for the poor cat (and guy who never should have let him out in the first place

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