Monday, March 11, 2013


The adrenalin from trying to survive last week is wearing off, and I'm pretty sure I'm going to die. Soon. Much sooner than my previous plan of dying in my 90s, happily senile and terrorizing the nursing staff at my old folks home.

Seriously. Everything is on fire. I hate my body so much right now.


M said...


Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.


Tia Bearden said...

Oh no. How can I help? I want to do SOMETHING.

Cathie said...

It's not fair that you don't feel better after evicting your parasite squatter. That was the deal! I'm amazed that you did it more than once. A little puking and I'm like, "Screw it. Only child."

Jane said...

Does rolling around in the snow help with the fire-like feelings?
How about some scotch?
Sorry I can't just make it better for you.
On a scale of 1-12,000 rate this time versus last time. And then against the time before.

Morgan Hagey said...

I'm praying for you Reva. Don't give up. You'll come through. Don't give up.

Anonymous said...

Did you know that "succor" means "to run to"? Now you do. Not like my kind of running...slow and awkward. I find it comforting that the Lord doesn't just come to our aid. He runs. With urgency. The unseen angels are still there. I also read this from Dallin H. Oaks tonight:
“The assurance of resurrection gives us the strength and perspective to endure the mortal challenges faced by each of us and by those we love, such things as the physical, mental, or emotional deficiencies we bring with us at birth or acquire during mortal life. Because of the resurrection, we know that these mortal deficiencies are only temporary!"

Much love,

Anonymous said...

In my case, it's physical, mental, AND emotional deficiencies! ;)


Mama P said...

Have been thinking of you often over the last several days -- hoping that it will be better for you soon, and wishing that I could figure out something that would make it so!

At least you aren't cursed with living a mediocre life... everything, good and bad, you feel completely... I'm just sorry that makes this time so completely awful when everyone wants it to be so different for you!

Teresa said...

Really thinking of u. Hope your mother in law is still there

HEAR YE. I need to document the fact that I ran 3 miles and didn't feel like death.  So just to make sure it wasn't a fluke, I did...