Welcome to my world

Welcome to my world

Another day at home except this time I’m like many others in the world. Welcome to my life. This is definitely the time to binge TV, read a book or 8 and maybe start a jigsaw puzzle. I’m hanging with my puppies, in my chair, gazing at the water and listening to the construction still going on near my condo. It’s comforting to know that things haven’t stopped completely with this virus.

I am still feeling tired from my Rituxan infusion. Normally I would have been home this week anyway because feeling tired is a normal reaction. I’ve been in bed by 9pm again. Feels very familiar to before I changed my medication to Provigil. I am slightly concerned that this self imposed quarantine will make it difficult for me to get back into everyday life. It doesn’t take long for my body to forget. I will have to work back up to being out and about everyday of the week without being fully exhausted. My life might actually lead me back into another MS fatigue spell which will suck. Of course that is speculation on a future dates of activity that I’m not up to. Right now I’m following a protocol of staying away from people for at least two weeks. Then I’ll see what the county and country are in term of this coronavirus. It’s the best I can do for myself after my infusion.

So I’m in my normal spot, with my fur babies.

We are going to put on the TV shortly and watch something on my DVR. Hoping those that are home are enjoying their time off and those that are out are safe.

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