I’m okay

Just wanted to say thanks to everyone and let you guys know I’m okay now.  Migraine is pretty much gone.  I am doing a bit better mentally.  Still low, but since I’m around people it’s been much better. 

I can’t thank you guys enough for your support.  Sorry I’ve been lax on your guy’s blogs.  It’s partly trigger-related and partly I just haven’t been online.  It probably won’t get better until I get back from Chicago.

I’m driving up (with my father) tomorrow, and won’t be back until Monday evening.  I’m hoping the trip is as low-stress as possible.  Cross your fingers for me.

XOXOXO to all! (or most, at least 😉 )

10 thoughts on “I’m okay

    1. Pen Post author

      Welcome. I’ve had migraines since I was a freshman in college. They were immediately crippling, even though I’d never had any memorable headaches during my whole childhood/teen years.

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  1. Grainne

    Don’t you worry about us! You get yourself feeling better…pain is not an easy thing to cope with (especially that kind of pain). *hugs you* Glad it’s on the mend.

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    1. Pen Post author

      You’re a doll, as always. I shall do my best. I hope you are well ❤

      I intend to take many pics for all my blog-friends to see 🙂

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  2. Bourbon

    I was going to poke you on le facebook because you were being quiet but then you popped up there AND here – aren’t we blessed 😉 p.s. I’m sorry if my blog is just one big trigger-y ball of chaos right now. xx

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    1. Pen Post author

      Aw, you are always a darling Bourb. It’s nice to feel noticed/missed (is that the right word?).

      I see that you’re having a hard time on your blog. I’m not trying to dodge you, I just don’t have anything wise to say and you are correct about some of it being trigger-y. But that doesn’t mean I love you any less. You can always message me (on FB or email) if you need to talk. I’m happy to be here ❤ ❤ ❤

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  3. GrayEyedAthena

    I’m glad to hear you’re feeling a little more comfortable. Weirdly, the headaches I get (which are not migraines, but simply painful tension headaches related to my concussions/whiplash) and the subsequent depressive episode are almost always slightly alleviated by being around people. It seems counter-intuitive, since the last thing we want to do when we’re low is bring other people down with us, but it sounds like it also has a positive effect on you.

    Safe travels! xoxo.

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    1. Pen Post author

      Doesn’t it??? I usually want nothing to do with people during that time (which is what makes it semi-impossible to reach out for help) but when I’m forced/coerced or happen to be around others, I seem to just feel more at ease and in less pain. Weird.

      Returned safely from Chicago 🙂 Not sure how to go about updating my blog at this point. Lol. So much. So long. Seems an overload.

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