I made the executive decision yesterday to put Jessie back on the Pamelor. After another sleepless night and the knowledge that I will be lucky if I can talk to a doctor by Tuesday, I called the pharmacist to get advise. He said, go ahead and put her on the full dose. YAY! She wasn’t happy about it, but I told her at least this pill is small! (And we are talking about a SMART teenager here. The logic is just out the window.) Anyway, she got two doses yesterday and I gave her a little melatonin last night as falling asleep is the problem. I asked how long it will be before we see the effect of the pills and dear pharmacist advised that two or three days should do it; she may even see some effect after a couple of doses. YAY again.
This weekend has been rainy. I have been as lazy as a slug, maybe worse. I’ve been cleaning out my magazine collection (wink wink) and doing laundry. Yep, quite slug-like. I didn’t even have it in me to feel guilty when the guys came in from this duathlon. Jeff has a terrible cold and he had to park cars, then marshall somewhere on the course in the pouring rain. Wes had to ride the sloppy, muddy course before the race began to make sure everything was still in place. (I will add here that this is actually fun to a 19 year old.)
Jessie had a new book to read this weekend, so I didn’t see her very much. Looks like today will be more of the same. First day is fun, after that it gets old.
Sorry. In all of my sluggishness, I should have come up with a wonderfully interesting blog post for today. Alas, when the body is a slug, so is the mind. My thought for the day.
Have a nice, quiet Sunday.