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Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Sorry I've been absent. It's not that I don't love you all, it's just that, well, I kind of forgot about you. Well, not forgot about you that way, but this web page is in the big pile of things I need to and you know how that goes. Some weeks I'm just happy if the bills get paid. And I remember to put a drink in my son's lunchbox. It's all about the small victories, you see.

I just had my 6 month checkup with my endo, and I guess I'm gliding along. No med adjustments up or down, so that's good. I think I'd be less tired if I bought a new mattress, to be honest with you. I've had the current one for about 12 or 13 years now. That's a long time, considering it's a) a crappy cheap one, and b) we never do that quarterly flip/turn thingy. I mean seriously, if I don't have time to get my hair cut on a regular basis, when am I going to muster up the superhuman strength and drive to flip a queen-sized mattress around? You see what I mean? So I never blame my hypothyroidism for my ordinary everyday tiredness. I blame that on my lack of a pillowtop his 'n hers ultrasleeper 5000 deluxe. Something. Someday maybe we'll make that giant leap and go mattress shopping. I hate my bed, though. It squeaks and we're given up trying to fix it. So every time one of us moves, eeeek eeeek eeeek. I know what you're thinking. You're thinking maybe the mattress is the least of my trouble. Riiiight. Now you see why it's not all that easy? I'm not made of money here.

I've considered dumping the mattress and boxspring on the floor, but aren't I a little too old for that? I mean really, do grownups actually DO that?

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