Worn Out

I guess worn out might be an understatement… I am actually fatigued. It’s the downside of a chronic illness.

Jacob (f),Alex (b) and Me many Christmases ago.

I have been cleaning my house for days in preparation for my nephews visit and it’s still a mess. My body is rebelling, yet I am determined to be here for them.

This morning I made french toast for breakfast for them. I figured it would save us all a bit of money and all it cost me is a bit of energy. They are off to Red Rock Canyon and then the strip, so I am taking it easy at home.

I wish I could have joined them, but if I did I would surely end up in bed instead of just on my recliner. Still it’s great seeing them and Kat too. I am pacing myself so that I can enjoy some of their time here.

It seems strange that I am home and have to worry about pushing myself too far. At least they don’t have to have this old lady tagging along all the time. LOL!

Love, Peace and Light! Rita

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2 thoughts on “Worn Out

  1. Pacing is difficult when you’ve got something to do, and cleaning the house can be such a big one let alone having people over, cooking, socialising, etc. It’s a shame you’ve not been able to go out when they went to Red Rock but as you say, if you’re going to be worse off for it and miss out probably on more afterwards then it’s a case of doing what you need to do now to make sure you’re resting and recuperating enough. I’m sure they wish you were tagging along, Rita! But they’ll understand that you can’t do everything they’re doing. Enjoy seeing them and catching up as much as you can lovely  ♥
    Caz xx

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    1. Caz, I am sure you’re right. I did get to see them, so that is a plus. Today I will be prepping lasagna for tomorrow’s dinner as it takes hours to get ready. This way, I can run errands tomorrow and maybe meet everyone for breakfast without using all my energy.

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