Wednesday, April 22, 2009

A Little Behind As Usual

Well, sorry it's been so long since posting. So, my son, Adam, and his friend and friend's wife have been gone a couple weeks now into their own home. They ended up being here a MONTH instead of two weeks, as originally planned! Oh, well. I didn't mind the company. My 9 year old daughter enjoyed seeing her brother, too, and getting tickled once in awhile. They found a three bed, 2 bath, really nice house for only $1,000 a month here in Tucson, near Adam's work place, so he can walk when he needs to! It's great!
I enjoyed having him here (though it took a lot of food for all of us!), but of course will see him off and on. We had him here for Easter dinner and then last Sunday for dinner and cake to celebrate his 22nd birthday (his BD was on April 20). We got him a few articles of clothing he needed and will try to get more as he can't afford much yet but needs so much still. I understand that, believe me!
Anyway, I'm starting to feel a bit better, but still tired all the time. My thyroid is normally low as it is hypo from having received radiation in 1984, but lately it was found high. So that, on top of the fibromyalgia causes much fatigue a lot of time. Some times I just feel "bone" tired. I sleep a lot from all this, but I keep up the housework-barely anymore. I haven't clayed much lately, and want to get back into it and make some jewelry and jewelry hooks.
I have an idea that I had before for hooks for hanging necklaces, bracelets and earrings. For anyone who has some that need hanging, or for vendors who need pretty hooks. I just have to get on the ball and work on it! Easier said than done when feeling down under so much.
I still have my computer job-it only takes about an hour to an hour and a half a day. I'm looking into doing one of those things where you give people answers to their text questions. It doesn't pay much though-a person has to find answers fast to make anything decent. We'll see if I do or not and how it goes if so.
Well, that's enough for now. Take care and hope all is well with everyone! Pam