Holding my breath
Monday December 19th 2011, 11:57 pm
Filed under: Lupus

Amazing how looking up a number on a chart (I got messaged by the clinic this evening) can take a person immediately to the depths, to, (during some treadmill time that was suddenly sorely needed) oh wait, that morning blood test for the Reclast was four days after that mid-afternoon on the mountain in the sun.

Flare. Right on cue. Hey! Stay out of the sun, and the lupus will remember how to stay away from me.

I tell you, I don’t do charts.

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Oh! So maybe the next time you have to take Reclast, it won’t have such nasty side effects?! That would be good.

Comment by RobinH 12.20.11 @ 6:59 am

No coincidences, eh?

Comment by Channon 12.20.11 @ 8:40 am

Well, it looks like your own internal clock is still ticking away. Too bad you can’t just reset it!

Comment by LauraN 12.20.11 @ 9:56 am

Crossing fingers may make knitting difficult but holding breath has some side-effects, too.

Hope this threat passes.

BTW, I sent my kid “The Tailor of Gloucester” because she loves embroidering. I thought of you because of your magic mice.

Sending all sorts of holiday love and wishes your way!

Comment by LynnM 12.20.11 @ 10:46 am

I think that’s called ’cause and effect.’

Looks like you are well positioned for a great holiday — feeling well, lots of family, many good wishes, including us.

Comment by Don Meyer 12.20.11 @ 10:57 am

Sorry to hear this. I guess it just takes a while to figure out the calendar.

Comment by Sherry in Idaho 12.20.11 @ 11:01 am

I hope you are in tip-top shape by the time your family is united for the Holidays. 🙂

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 12.20.11 @ 5:04 pm

I also have lupus and several other chronic disorders to compliment the lupus. I avoid talking about it because it is one of those “silent” diseases, that if people can’t see something wrong then it must not be too terribly bad to deal with. I am in a flare right now from walking the dog on a few sunny days, whoever would think the sun could be your enemy. Good luck and prayers to you and the wonderful patterns you share.

Comment by Karen 12.24.11 @ 6:02 am

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