30 June 2006

Waiting for the other shoe to drop

Or it least I would be, if I wasn't still having a panic attack about the first one going.

Anyone got any idea when my feet are supposed to reconnect with the ground? I mean, people go through worse all the time but it would still be good to know.


Raggedy said...

I dunno. Live a little. Loose both shoes and go barefootin.
Have a great day!
(=':'=) meow hugs
(")_ (")Š from da Raggedy one


Stegbeetle said...

It'll happen, hon. If you start to become really concerned go back and tell Dr that as much as you've enjoyed the ride you'd like to get off now please and I'm sure he'll find you something that doesn't do it to you as much. In the meantime - mind the clouds!

zilla said...

Hugs. I hope you're okay! I understand these meds can take some adjusting. I hope you're in close ontact with your doctor. Hugs hugs hugs!

fineartist said...

Rest, rest, and then rest some more sweetie,

and like the others said, maintain close contact with your Drs.

Do NOT be afraid of being a bother, if something hurts let 'em know, and keep asking questions.

xxx, Lori

fineartist said...

Oh but most of all, trust your intuition; if it feels wrong let someone know quickly.

Badaunt said...

If your feet are not connected to the ground and your shoes are dropping, I think that means your shoelaces are not tied tightly enough.


Sorry. I'll try to answer seriously now.

One thing people never tell you is how up-and-down recuperation is. You have up days when it's almost like nothing ever happened, and days (or even weeks) when you feel worse than ever and wonder if you'll ever be normal again. At least that's how it was for me for at least two years after I had a major accident.

It WILL HAPPEN, eventually. It will not always be right on top of you, and you will feel normal again.

You could try praying to St. Francis of a Seesaw, the patron saint of ups and downs.

(Oh, dear. Sorry again.)