Thursday, 3 May 2018

Feeling oh so tired


Good morning world, here I am on this cold Thursday morning, I didn't get around to doing a post yesterday, I was either busy or tired and just not up to it but here I am this morning doing a post before I go visiting blogs.

I just had to go and get dressed, I am not one for staying in my nightie for ages maybe when I hit my 70's that will change, mum spends pretty much all day ever day in her nightie but that has come about during the last decade only.

When I say I have been tired, I mean fall asleep tired, yesterday while ironing Tim's work shirts I found myself falling asleep and had to stop and go have a lay down, I slept for 1hr 30mins. This is becoming a worry on Tuesday morning I had to come home after I took Leo to school and go back to bed for 2hrs.

Some good news is that mum got a letter yesterday telling her that she has her hip replacement done on the 30th now that is good news. She has her appointment with the pre opp people on Tuesday so fingers crossed all goes well.

Yesterday after I took Leo to school I had to go to the chemist and get Leo's Webster pack and take it to the school, all that walking didn't help my ankle. Yes I followed the doctors advice and didn't go to my aqua class, he said I shouldn't go till after I have been back to see my GP.

That's it for today's post




14 comments:

Chatty Crone said...

I sure hope you got some rest - I have been there and know what you are feeling!

menopausal mama said...

I feel like I'm going through the same thing--always so tired. Sometimes I have to take two naps a day because I'm so exhausted and I don't know why. If you ever find out what is causing your constant fatigue, please let me know.

Margaret-whiteangel said...

If you have to sleep you have to sleep better than falling to the ground and hurting yourself.
Good luck with the hip to your mum.
Never stay in my nightdress, always go straight to the shower when I get up, then it's done.

Marg said...

Nothing wrong with taking naps. The Mom here does it all the time. Hope all goes well with the hip replacement. Have a good day.

Rita said...

I have chronic fatigue with my fibro so I can relate to the exhaustion. I hope your mom's surgery goes well. :)

Carol Kilgore said...

Your ankle is probably why you are so tired. Your body is using all its energy for healing. Take good care of yourself.

Dee said...

Dear Jo-Anne, I hope you are taking care of yourself. It's good to know that you listen to your body as it tells you it needs rest. That can make all the difference, I've discovered. For decades I didn't listen to mine and then I had one illness after another: I'd worn out my body by not caring for it.

So please do continue to care for yourself as you care for you mum. I hope all goes well with her operation. Peace.

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

I did and it felt good

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

It is so frustrating when we need to have naps because we cannot stay awake and don't know what is causing the tiredness

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Yes if I can have a nap I will and up and dressed is the way to go

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Mum is hoping all will go well with the hip replacement, I wish I knew what was making me so tired though

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

It isn't nice and can be so frustrating at times,at least if I am sleeping I am not eating

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Never thought of that but it maybe the cause

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

If I need to have a nap and I have the time I like to do so

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