Just When I start to forget I have a Brain Tumor, it rears it’s ugly head and smacks me in the face

Yesterday, I woke up not feeling right. As the day progressed, my head began to hurt worse.Through through the day, the pain only got worse. I took a round of my assorted medications attempting to gain some relief.

I gained a tiny reprieve from the pain in my head. By the time we headed home from church, the pain was back, full force. I just felt awful. By this time, nausea had creeped into the mix. Once home, Barry checked my blood pressure, loaded me up with more drugs and put me to bed.

The next morning, when I woke up, my eyes did not want to open. Mom had a house full of company coming by 10:30. Last I heard, it was to be her sisters only.

By the time everyone arrived, we had a total of nine guests and two toddlers. I loved seeing everyone of them and would not change the day for anything. I enjoyed the visit, with my brain tumor acting a fool and driving my head past pain. I tried to focus on the postive and visualize the pain away.

Hear we are again, close to bedtime. My head feels like it is about to blow a gasket and I refused supper. Didn’t think it was a good idea. I’m about to turn the lights down low and attempt closing my eyes. I have a lot to do tomorrow, so I hope I wake up feeling like myself.

Too much going on in my life to get sick now. I need to wake up well-rested and ready to get busy. I will saybthis, at least my brain tumor headaches are getting fewer and farther apart. I thank the good Lord for that! Hope everyone hs a great night! More tomorrow.