Dinner added nausea and a general feeling of bleurgh to the whole migraine experience.
On Friday I felt absolutely awful and I actually spent the entire day lying on the sofa under a blanket (much to the delight of Isis) snoozing. I then went to bed and slept for 8 hours that night!
I felt slightly better on Saturday and actually managed to get some knitting done – not a great deal, but a little bit.
Sunday, I woke up with a chronic pain in my shoulder. There was a central pain in my right shoulder which travelled across the top of my shoulders, down the right side of my back and down my right arm. This lasted all day and I just couldn’t get comfortable!
I spent most of the day zoned out on painkillers with a hot water bottle pressed to my shoulder and slept fitfully Sunday night.
On Monday, Alex had an appointment and afterwards I took him for lunch in KFC. We have a ritual we do everytime we go; tear the end off the straw wrapping, put the straw in your mouth and blow hard so that the other end of the wrapping flies off and hits the person sitting opposite you. Of course, I completely forgot about this and jumped about a foot when this piece of plastic hit me square on the nose.
Christ that hurt!!!
But afterwards on the drive home, I had barely any pain at all!
I went off to our fibre craft meet as usual on Monday evening, but by the time that had finished I was in agony with pain all over the place!
I rested yesterday and shopped today and I’m still in agony, there’s a band of pain going right across the middle of my back and I just can’t get comfortable!
Naturally, I have a billion and one things to do. I want to tidy up as Helen is coming to visit this weekend. I’ve got cakes to bake as Jess turns 15 on Saturday and Alex 14 on Sunday.
This is even affecting my knitting as I need to keep moving, fidgeting, shifting position, refilling my hot water bottle, etc and I don’t think I’m going to get my Olympic knitting finished in time
I can’t wait until I finish this shawl as I really want to spin! I have the gorgeous Thunderstorm batts that I carded and several other glitzy batts that I’ve purchased recently and I want to spin now!!!
In good news; I have purchased 20 kilos of BFL, dyes in blue, yellow and red, squeezy bottles, vinegar and clingfilm! I’m all ready to get dyeing! I’m going to start looking at sites to sell through soon and I should hopefully have a full shop to open by the end of March!