Not Your Normal Post

by SomeGirl on August 3, 2010 · 9 comments

Do you ever feel like your skin is prickly and your nerves are raw at the ends? Like the noise of something being moved across the room is worse than the sound of fingernails on a chalkboard? Like the repetition of certain words will make your head spin off your body? That’s. how. I. feel. right. now. Anyone who says PMS isn’t real has never truly experienced it… I am going CRAZY in this body of mine!

I hope you guys are feeling better than I am. I’ll be back to normal in a day or two. :)

photo from here … oh, how I’d love to be there right now.

update: I feel much better this morning and am headed out to a waterpark with the boys and some of our friends. Thanks for listening to my Pathetic Message of Sensory overload. ;) See you tomorrow! ♥ Michelle

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{ 9 comments }

aplaceforthoughts

I hope you feel better soon! I definitely know where you are coming from.

SomeGirl

Thanks, sweet Jellybean! ;)

Cranberry Morning

Sounds like you NEED to be there right now. Hope you can get relief, rested, and back at it soon. May your day improve. :-) greatly.

SomeGirl

Thanks, Judy! We ended up going to a waterpark today and I pictured myself floating in the ocean like that girl… it wasn’t exactly the same, but nice nonetheless. :) Thanks for your sweet comment! ♥

Rachel

Glad you’re feeling better…..definitely been there!! =(

SomeGirl

It’s ALWAYS nice to know someone else can relate! Thank you, sweet friend!! ♥

Alicia The Snowflake

Glad to hear you are feeling better. Hope you have a great time at the water park!

SomeGirl

Thanks, Alicia! It was fun (and exhausting)… a nice break away from myself. ;) Looking forward to guest posting for you! ♥ Michelle

Laura Maly

Ha! Right there with you, Michelle! And it’s so annoying to know that you feel that way, to realize that in many ways it’s completely irrational and to be utterly unable to do anything to change it! Glad to hear others experience this same thing; also glad to hear it passed! Take care.

Laura

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