Thursday, May 01, 2008

again

yesterday and today:
migraine
couch
bucket

tomorrow, regardless of the above:
4 hour drive to Apollo Bay over the Grampians - probably in the rain - to teach all weekend followed by the reverse trip.

11 comments:

Rose Red said...

Urk, sorry to hear about your migraine. Hope you are doing ok for the weekend.

Lynne said...

I used to suffer from migraines monthly; fortunately that is now behind me. My heart- and head-felt sympathies; I hope everything goes well for the weekend. What are you teaching?

catsmum said...

Lynne - like you, the monthly ones are pretty much behind me. Unfortunately an idiot dentist here undid 30 years of very expensive [and painful] dentistry with one visit, and now I'm stuck with the almost constant migraines as a result. Not happy.
My original Melbourne dentist - after he'd finished having a pink fit at the mess that had been created - offered the opinion that it would now take at least $10,000 to fix and no guarantees that it would work. :[
As to the class, it's a technique I devised that results in a machine sewn, quilt-as-you-go, Drunkard's Path [ curved seam ] quilt with totally different colour schemes on each side. My main sample is Japanese kimono print on one side and Christmas colours on the reverse.
and all I can say is thank God for modern pharmaceuticals but I wish there were more than 4 tablets per prescription!!!!!

Jane said...

Take care lady......hugs
and glad we were able to identify the purries purchases.

Tanya Brown said...

Oh dear, oh dear. You poor thing! I hope the weekend goes smoothly.

Kate/Massachusetts said...

Oh dear! Have you talked to you medical MD or a neurologist about those migraines? Perhaps it is more than dentistry. You seem to suffer terribly from these. Report the dentist. He sounds like a nightmare.

Sheepish Annie said...

Dear God...this is horrible! I hope that it passes soon.

Bells said...

That was me on Wednesday. I'm sorry. It's awful. I hope you improve before the weekend!

Alice said...

I just don't know how you do it, but I hope that someone, somewhere, somehow, can find a cure for these damn migraines pretty damn soon.

Take care, Susan.

Carol said...

Ouch! That does not sound very nice at all you poor thing.

Kylie said...

I'm sorry to hear your sick :( I hope you have fun at Halls Gap. I lost count how mant times i was car sick there as a child.