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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Multiple Sclerosis, Digital TV Conversion, Fatigue Getting Worse, and the Wife Still Sluggish

Who do you think is getting the kickback from this digital television conversion? Is this in our best interest, or theirs? All of this high definition crap is getting out of hand. I watch TV when there is nothing else to do, the wife on the other hand has the TV on all the time, I think it's background noise for her. I don't need all this extra stuff, I haven't bought a new TV in years, I claim family member TVs when THEY get new ones, so just let me watch my old TV, and stop the digital conversion countdown everyday!

The wife is still not feeling up to snuff, she's really milking this one for all she can get! She is sleep deprived most of the time anyway, we are working on correcting that one as we speak, but she is extra tired right now. The cough is persistent too, but the medic said she would be fine, oh yeah, if she rested! She takes great care of us all, I just need her to start taking the same care of herself.

I need to make an appointment to find out about this fatigue, it is getting out of control. I slept until 9 or so this morning, and was ready for a nap by 11:30. Next thing I knew it was 2, I got up and was still tired! It's not a sleepy tired, but I figure I may as well sleep since I don't have the energy to do anything else. I'm trying the baby step approach, the problem is I am accomplishing what you would expect from a baby!

6 comments:

Libby said...

andy, now i'm getting concerned for your wife...take care of her as good as she does for you!

awb said...

I am doing just that Libby, I'm babying her, just like she deserves. Made her brunch in bed, told her I want her to stay there all day to catch up on her rest. She really runs herself down, so she is doing what she needs.

awb

Miss Jackie's FAVORites said...

Hey, don't worry about me - I need you to feel better. You feel better - I feel better! That's all I want for my Mother's Day gift!

awb said...

Done is done! When father's day comes, I want something from the store!

Anonymous said...

Idiot syndrome is what you have. Jackie deserves a gift from a store and not the grocery store.

awb said...

Idiot syndrome, good one Ma! You and me have to work on our communication skills. Good luck to today.