Yes, I slept in again this morning to the late hour of 9 o’clock. Not sure why, but I did.
The cluster headaches continue to be a major pain. The breathing issues and pressure on my chest wall is still exasperating.
Low front after low front continues to move across the Cornfield. While the rain disappeared yesterday and will be gone today, it ain’t over yet. More rain is expected to arrive tonight. The weekend will be storm after storm.
Not much to say today. Seems lately there has been little to say.
That is not to say I have not anything to say. But, I am doing my best not to delve into the darker side of my mind which has been so dominant as of late.
After turning in very early for me last night at 11 p.m., Chooey made sure I woke early this morning. I woke up shortly before 6 a.m. in plenty of time to sit, drink my coffee, turn on the news and listen to the bird song.
Following a stormy night and another heavy shower this morning, the birdies were greeting the day with chirps and singing. The sound of the bird song inspired hope that today God was in heavens and all was well with the world.
The night is now giving way to the breaking of dawn. Though gray, the light is dispelling the dark. For me,
I continue to fight the good fight. I refuse to allow my physical limitations exacerbated by the low pressure systems and stormy weather to get me down. I press on.
Another low pressure front is moving into the Cornfield.
Not only is my breathing being disrupted, but this morning, my head is pounding. The cluster headaches are taking dominance with a vengeance. The pain is so severe I am ready to scream.
The sky is blue, but to the west it is darkening. The sun is bright. The mercury readings are almost summer. For anyone else, this would be day in which to delight. That is until the predicted thunderstorms begin to move into the Cornfield.
Not sure why, but Chooey allowed me to sleep in until the 9 o’clock hour this morning. That is the latest I have slept in ages.
This throws off my usual schedule, but who am I to complain about extra sleep time?
Today I follow-up with my pulmonologist after being hospitalized at the start of the month with a bacterial infection. With a rainy night, cloudy day with more rain expected, it seems like a good day to be off to the doctor’s office.
Due to the rain and the pressure from the weather front, I had to sleep with my oxygen last night. I was feeling the effects all day yesterday, though most of the day I was without the O2.
This morning I am off the oxygen. I have to shower in a bit to be presentable for my trip to Terre Haute to see Dr. Ajay Deshpande. Most likely I will need the air to shower.
With my appointment not until 3:30 p.m., that means shortly after noon today I will be publishing my daily Kernels From the Cornfield.