NJM8: As the Petechiae Fades in These Foolish Things

  • Nov. 8, 2019, 4:39 p.m.
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Happy Friday!

I’m in a much better mood today than I have been the last few days even though I really do think that the Mercury Retrograde has something to do with why everyone’s so weird lately.

But it’s Friday now and the weekend is nigh and I have no plans except to get my nails did and get some boots repaired at the top of this glorious boot season! I shoulda done the boot thing weeks ago, and I hope that not everyone has the same damn idea this weekend, but whatareyagonna do? I need mah boots fixed!

I also just fixed my fitbit as it had fallen off my wrist while I was traveling and I’m just now getting the chance to put my life back together! So much putting back together.

Day 5 off the Plavix. I am starting to feel a tiny twinge in my head that I’m hoping, hoping is simply truly “in my head” you know? My aneurysm is on the left side (supposedly behind my eyeball) and that’s where I seem to be feeling a bit of pressure. I’m not going to panic, but I’m also not going to just let this ride. Well, I have to this weekend, but I have a call in to the neuro-interventionist to get an appointment next week.

Good news is, the rash and the chills/flu symptoms are all but gone and the petechiae (red pin dots) are fading away. It HAD to be the Plavix causing those symptoms, right? Had to.

Anyway. I’m gonna spend my weekend relaxing, refreshing, sprucing up (maybe decorating?) and loving on my pup. And maybe writing about the amazing vacation from last week…

On to the weekend!!

Jinn November 08, 2019

Have a great weekend !

plushcreep November 08, 2019

Can't wait to hear more about your vacation!

Complicated Disaster November 09, 2019

Glad you're feeling better! Have a great weekend xx

Marg November 09, 2019

Hope there’s nothing ominous there - I would imagine you’d be hyper aware of absolutely everything now so it’s probably just a twinge and nothing to worry about. Try telling our brains that though eh? :)

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