As some of you may know, I am disabled with a plethora of ailments. Migraines, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel, and more. I recently had a scope surgery on my right knee, but it didn't fix the problem. Am waiting for complete knee replacement later this year but meanwhile my legs have been degrading, and fast. A year ago my legs only hurt a little but all over. Now, I have constant excruciating pain from my lower back down to my toes. Because of the pain, I haven't been able to do farm chores, leaving it up to Hubby, plus the tiny bit my autistic son does.
Last week, my husband fell down the stairs. I took him to the ER. He was lucky to have only a concussion, abrasions and contusions, but even today, 7 days later, he still gets dizzy. Doc yesterday said it would take some time.
Over the last two weeks, the pain has increased in intensity. And with my Hubby unable to bend over much (the dizziness), I have had to go back to milking the goat and doing other chores.
By this past Sunday, I was unable to walk without pain. A heavy dose of Percocet does nothing. Even lying in bed day and night is not relieving me. I have a doc appointment soon with my ortho doc. I hope he can figure out why my legs hurt all over, all of the time.
Meanwhile, I am feeling guilty.
I can't think through the pain. It has already taken me 25 minutes just to write this posting.
THE REAPER'S LEDGER was almost ready to publish but still have another edit to do. The book front cover is ready; need to finish the final edit before I can get the back cover and spine done.
BEGUILE, the second installment in the VAMPIRE DINER short story series, needs more work. The reviews I've gotten on FATHER are wonderful, and I want to make sure the rest of the series lives up to the reviews.
I will get back to writing when I can think again.
Please be patient.