Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Hi, it's Wednesday and my back is aching and my head is aching and my car windows will not go down........................


What is everyone doing today?

I have had a pretty easy morning, after getting up I went for my morning walk, at this stage I am only walking around the block and it takes me between 33-40 minutes to do so. I am hoping that in time I will be able to increase how far I walk but it is slow going, by the time I get home I have to have a lay down and rest for a few minutes before I am able to do anything else. However, today my back is aching a bloody lot I had to move from my computer chair to the armchair and I am using a couple of pillows to support my back but it is not helping much with the pain.

It looks like I might have to go on Byetta injections for my diabetes as it is not being controlled with the oral medication, right now I have to test my bloody twice a day first thing of a morning and then again after breakfast.

It is supposed to be around 5 first thing of a morning mine is around 14 and should be around 8 after breakfast mine is between 15-18 so quite high, with it being high I am getting a lot of bad headaches again.

Now my car, yesterday Jessica took the car down the road and when she gets back she walks in and says “windows broken” like that told me anything, what windows are broken turns out it is the front windows in the car they will not wind down.  So we tell Tim he looked at it said he didn't know what the problem was but he didn't seemed that fussed but this morning he took the car to work and decided to call in at the auto electrician turns out the car will have to go in on Monday to be looked at. I knew if Tim had to drive the car he would decide to get it fixed since he can’t smoke if he can’t wind the window down.


I really don't have much in the way of news today and in fact this post has taken a couple of hours to write, I have started it and then deleted and started again and deleted again but at last I have something I will share not the best post I guess but something.  

21 comments:

Shelly said...

I hope your diabetes gets under control- that may be why you are so tired, too. Tricky thing, that disease-

Bouncin Barb said...

Please take care of YOU before anything else. That's nothing to take lightly. Hope the car gets fixed soon though. Feel better!!

Rita said...

I hope you are feeling better and they can get the numbers under control.

Ramblingon said...

OH my dear...you are going through it it seems. I too hope the car is fixed but I would (as would you I am sure) like YOU to be fixed, even more so.
xo

Ramblingon said...

Katie Isabella your new follower is me, Ramblingon. Google has been confusing my kitty with me. sigh.

Cheryl said...

I have had cars that have had that problem and it's a real nuisance. Mine were always electric and the motor had to be replaced.

Hope your back feels better.

CWMartin said...

On the bright side, if you lived by me your car would have 8 inches of snow in it.

Kenzie S said...

Sorry to hear about your back, ouch!
Hope your window gets fixed soon, that's no fun.

Janie Junebug said...

I hope you feel better.

Love,
Janie

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

I hadn't thought about the diabetes being linked to why I am so tired now I will have to look into that

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

I am trying to take care of me, not always that easy though

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

My back is still aching but not as bad as it was yesterday

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Yes I hope we get the diabetes sorted out soon too, the windows went down and up again yesterday but later in the day the wouldn't go down again so seems they are picky as to when they go down and up.

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Hi there Katie Isabella, welcome feel free to come on back anytime

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Yes my mum has a problem with her front passenger window it will go down and up sometimes other times it will go down and it takes work to get it back up again

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

If I found snow in my car I would be shocked

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Me too, it is annoying and the back is not as painful today

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

No better, no worse which is all good I guess

Brent Ungar said...

A combination of head and backache – what a way to spend the hump day! Nothing is worse than having to go through a throbbing headache and a nagging backache at the same time. Does it have something to do with your condition? I hope you’ll feel better soon. Brent @ MyCantonChiropractor.com

Terrell Sherman said...

I can just imagine the discomfort you had to endure that day. I hope the headache, backache and tiredness had nothing to do with your diabetes, but I think you’ve got to look into that. Aside from the medicine, were you undergoing other medical treatments for your condition? I hope everything is well with your health now. Have a good day!

Terrell Sherman @ Murrieta Chiropractic

Agnes Lawson said...

It’s not unusual to you to feel pain on certain parts of your body, given your condition. But if you stick to your proper medication, exercise regularly, and eat a healthy diet, those sudden flare ups are less likely to happen. Anyway, I hope you’re doing better now. Take care!

Agnes Lawson @ Pain Relief Experts

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