As I got sick with this, one thing no one ever really told me about was getting the help I needed for the things I would love to do, but on my worst days, just cannot do it. Things as simple as just getting up and changing from my PJs to normal clothes (this can and has left me somewhat puffed out), making something to eat or drink or even being able to reach my meds. I never realised how much of a struggle it can be when my asthma just can't or won't play ball. Today was one of my wheezier days, even playing with my boys left me absolutely shattered, sadly we still have to keep separating Hope from the others as he is just too frisky.
In myself, I have been a bit lethargic and was sleeping a lot again, I spent some time after cleaning with Steve, fast asleep again, until my friend Rich came round to see us. Rich is so much happier these days and its nice to see him back to his old self. So I didn't mind being woken, although it was noticed that my clothes were looser and I only brought these PJs last week!!
We also had an assessment from a social worker for my social care. Not too sure what to expect in the coming months, but it could result in some major improvements in my life and how I live. I guess that is all I have to say right now, am very tired and its been a weirdly long day... even though I haven't actually done anything...
Oh and a big THANK YOU to Tom who came to see me yesterday xxxxxx
2 years ago