It has not been a good week in our neck of the woods. First of all, my lap top died on Sunday night while I was trying to check my email. I’ve spent the better part of this week trying to decide what kind of laptop to replace it with. I’m not tech-savy and this chore is making my head want to explode! Sitting in this computer chair (at the desk top) for hours on end is making my behind sore, too. Computing from recliner is much more comfortable.
After four months of suffering, two rounds of medication by mouth, taking probiotics twice daily, and two months of topical applications–my problem with overgrowth of yeast persists. I’m ready to scream! The weather here has turned cold, and wearing free-flowing dresses is not comfortable–but neither is wearing slacks. It’s a “no-win” situation. I’m currently on round three of Diflucan–and I sure would appreciate prayers. My doctor says sometimes yeast can be difficult to get rid of. No kidding!
Honeybun, our aging and paralyzed rabbit continues to grow worse. Ed and I have both been working hard to keep him as comfortable as possible until the end, but the inevitable has happened to him. He’s developed a “bedsore”, or as Ed would say in medical terms– a decubitus ulcer. Bedsores are caused by pressure from staying in the same position for a long period of time. They are horrific things– maggots actually get in them to eat the rotting flesh, but Ed explains to me that this is actually a good thing. In the past, there have been cases where maggots were actually put in the bedsores of people to clean them out! Enough said about that!
Last but not least, I couldn’t help but feel a sad and sinking feeling on Tuesday evening, as I watched the election results. I was hoping and praying for a turnaround for our country, but alas, it was not to be. The majority of voting Americans apparently approve of the direction our country is heading, but I’m afraid most don’t have a clue of what direction that truly is. A couple of quotes keep running through my mind…”poor choices have consequences” and “you reap what you sow”…
Like the title of this post says, I’m searching for better days. Hopefully, I’ll find them lurking somewhere just around the next bend of life!