Hmm…. or Hmm? My Wood side of the family is struggling with mourn and grief. It’s hard to lose someone in your life. My grandpa passed away July 1, my aunt passed away August 9th, and my cousin passed away just last week. Dealing with grief is an hard. It takes away your ability to go through the day and run your daily errands makes it almost impossible, which leads to depression. Bleh.
My aunt was a good person, despite of what was going on in her life she couldn’t control, she had a good heart. She always helped out the needy, always helped out those who couldn’t help themselves out. Every time I would run into her, she would say something encouraging or something positive. I never saw her mad or angry. The last thing she said to me was she loved me very much.
And this bloody mess! This is what I had to take when Bells Palsy affect my face again. It was heck I yell ya’. And it’s not a pleasant feeling. The week before, I was going through a lot of migraines and headaches. With those migraines, It was H.E.C.K!!!! I don’t think any living human being should have to go through that. But unfortunately, I had too. I didn’t see the Dr. until way later. The following Monday, I went to the clinic. The Dr walked in and asked what I went there for. I showed her how my face was (because half of it wasn’t moving at all. I had no control over it), and she asked me how I was feeling. The look on her face was….I don’t know. It scared me because of the way she reacted after I told her all my symptoms. Other doctors walked in and saw me and they all agreed I had a STROKE! bahahah. Can you believe that? They were all worried that I had one and that was why my face was doing what it was doing. Ugh, seriously, I couldn’t do anything because of the pain that was going through my head and the nausea. ugh. BUT……I was sent to the Health Science Centre Emergency where I sat around for 5 freaking hours. Oh man, did they ever poke me with their needles everywhere. I was given a lot of medication for pain and other shiz. BUT……after a few hours of waiting for my results, it turns out it wasn’t a stroke. Thank goodness for that. heheheheh. This was why I had to take a lot of steroids.
But I’ve relocated to The Pas. It’s nice here…I can’t complain. The sucky thing about though is that people have been telling me it’s really hard to find a place here. We’ve been applying EVERYWHERE! Not only that, I’ve been applying for a job almost anywhere I can hand in my resume. I still have faith and hope!!!
Yup, and there’s my update for …September.