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    Experiences that could take the cake:

    Pregnancies:

    Being realeased from a hospital in a strange city (Dallas University Hospital) at 10 pm to drive strange dark roads while nauseated. I went as far as Plano and found our temporary apartment without any wrong turns. The only time I had traveled these roads was when I drove to the hospital from the doctor’s office. This I had done even though I just had a regular office visit, so I had no supplies packed.Confused

    Driving these same roads a week or so later while vomiting at 55 miles per hour.Surprised

    Homeschooling:

    Teaching home school on the couch. It was hard enough to move my eyes to read.

    Falling asleep between spelling words while giving a test.

    Home care:

    Placing the refrigerator on stilts because it tired me so to reach the lower shelves.

    Not beginning any projects, so no mess was made.

    Looking for a ranch style house so I didn’t have to climb the stairs.

    Cutting a bunch of the strings off my string mop, so that I could handle the weight of it.

    Closing my children into a “safe” room with me so I could nap.

    I am hoping that these sorts of strategies will not be needed with my new found energy.

    Please share some of your most memorable situations.

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    Diane Zides
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    It’s not something I want to remember. I spent 8 or more hours on some days laying on the couch the whole time with extreme exhaustion from feeling like I didn’t digest my food and it was laying under my breastbone like non heartburn reflux, which also made it hard to take a deep breath. I couldn’t function on those days.

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