Friday, August 28, 2015

Life goes on

I haven't blogged in a little while. I've been meaning to. I'd start one, then never finish it, or think about it but not actually follow through. But with the latest events, I need to get them out somewhere.

1) Roomie unexpectedly got transferred to another state. He had a week to pack and move. Honestly it broke my heart. In the past year, Hubs and I had grown quite fond of him. We knew that he'd eventually head back to his home state, but this was rather sudden. It definitely sucks from a financial standpoint, but I don't care about that at all. I just want my roomie back. The house is quiet. Hubs and I have always enjoyed having a third person in our lives. We were the Three Muskateers. Team Rocket. And now we aren't. He's been gone two weeks now. I stopped crying after the first weekend, but I had to completely rearrange his old room for that. He left so much behind that I can't look around the apartment without thinking about him. I told Hubs it felt like going through a bad breakup - except I can still play computer games with him on occasion. Hubs asked if we should start looking for another roommate and I don't think I can handle that. I have to get over this Roomie first. I joked that we should give him a few months to decide he wants to come back, but that's just a pipe dream.

2) I was so excited for a few ladies in my PCOS group that had succeeded in getting pregnant. They were all far enough along to find out the gender! Sadly, one cyster lost their little girl this week. It's so sad to hear when someone loses a child, and even more so when that family has been trying for so long. I don't know what I can do for her besides be sad that the world lost a child that would have grown up to be a fantastic woman.

3) I'm back in the wheelchair. My pain had reached the point where I couldn't function by the time I made it home from work. And my job isn't all that strenuous! But walking to the bathroom, breakroom and the other offices was enough to make me pretty useless once I got home. So as long as I'm in the chair for most of the day, I can make it til bedtime without being in extreme pain. I'm still in pain, but it's mostly bearable. I have to look for another doctor because I'm running very low on useless pain meds, and that's all my current doc will prescribe.

4) I found a therapy site called that I was excited to try. I even got on the financial aid program so I didn't have to pay as much. I thought it would be really useful, but so far it just feels like I'm blogging and one person is responding. Except some of the things I talk about aren't things I would discuss on this blog due to extenuating circumstances. Like some people not knowing the whole story lol.


Ok, that's it. I thought I would write longer, then I realized that there were details that I didn't want to share with the world. Those details are important to the rest of my thoughts and feelings.

So now I'm just working on work and support group stuff. September is PCOS Awareness month, so I've got lots of things to do for the group. And I'm trying to find a new workout routine now that I have the extra room and some new information about weight loss and exercise with PCOS.