Feeling pretty darn good! This was the first day of work ive missed simply because my mind was racing all night and i just couldnt fall asleep. I got about 2hrs sleep last night and only about a 30 min nap today. I just laid around watching Longmire all day long and it was awesome lol. By 330pm i had to get up and get moving though as i got pretty stiff laying around all day.
My stomach is still a little messed up but not terrible, the cold chills have been non existent today, the lethargy i had severely has seemed to cut in half today so over all compared to the dreaded days 2-6 im doing fabulous!
I feel it wont be but a few more days before im feeling like doing things. As of now there is alot i WANT to do but my energy level has been kicking my butt. I now slowly feel a little energy moving back in. Im no longer sitting around having a pitty party with myself, i am nice and content. The key to this is keeping a positive attitude. Just know these bad feelings do go away and there is a turning point where each day will get better and better.
Ive been pretty tough throughout this whole thing but i have to give the credit to my higher power. I reconnected with God on this journey and i literally felt him physically pick me up on day 4 or 5 when i was sitting on my couch telling God i was feeling weak. As i was sitting there all hunched over with my elbows on my knees begging for mercy my elbows began to slide along my legs until my back was straight and i was sitting there with the best posture ive ever had. I did not do this, i was not moving. That was the Holy Spirit coming over me and telling me he's got me. The craziest feeling came over me at that point, a feeling that could only be explained as a higher power. Chills ran throughout my entire body then... Bam! I felt about 90% of those awful feelings i was having in that moment leave my body.
Prayer is a powerful thing to those who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior! All things are possible through Christ!
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