I'm still alive and kicking

Monday, September 16, 2013

Hi everyone..... I just wanted to let you all know I have successfully taken myself off Cymbalta and Lyrica and the other med I was taking for Rheumatoid Arthritis .....I am slowly getting back to my old self without the pain ....so we will see where that goes .....Since I am not so drugged my memory or lack of memory is getting better and now I look forward to when I can drive the car again without the fear of spacing out .......  I have set up an appointment to see my doctor next week and hopefully I can get my other problems taking care of and I will be on my way to enjoying the wonderful Fall that has seemed to already settle in ...... I hope you are all doing ok and Thank You to all my blog readers and to the ones that comment ......I want to give you a special Thank You because your comments has encouraged and helped me so much ........



When the world is all at odds
And the mind is all at sea
Then cease the useless tedium
And brew a cup of tea.
There is magic in its fragrance
There is solace in its taste
And then laden moments vanish
Somehow into space
And the world becomes a lovely thing
There’s beauty as you’ll see
All because you briefly stopped
To brew a cup of tea.
Unknown Source

2 comments:

Angela said...

That is good news for sure!!! I pray you continue to improve. Lovely poem! I look forward for this beginning of Fall when the air is so beautifully cool. Have a good week!

Kath said...

Thank you Angela .... I am feeling so much better except now with the pills wearing off I'm discovering other things wrong but hopefully they will be small and taken care of fast ....I know sometimes I must sound like an hypochondriac but I swear I'm not :)

 

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