I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
Yay just chased up my new drugs, good job I did too. The prescription should be ready to pick up tomorrow
Oooo I think I might try that - could you lot nag/cheerlead? Maybe I could pick tasks for each day?
Tbh I think part of the issue is that in most cases it doesn't actually matter if they're not done. I wish I had some minis to play with as that would be something I couldn't just not do. The psych keeps are going to send me details of some volunteer thing locally, maybe that'll help.
Okay - tonight's task is to sort out my pills and to look through the DLA thingymajig that arrived by post
I'm always happy to nag and cheerlead honey
Sure the voluntary thing will help once it's sorted out, those sorts of things always seem to take ages - are you allowed to self refer or is there a way you could chase it up?
Right that's pills sorted to get your pom poms out (oo-er!)
That's something I've been putting off but took all of ten minutes!
I'm not sure if I can self-refer - I imagine I've already been referred so it might not speed things up.
I have a busy Friday organised helping out some friends who are doing a chairty thing on the tubes
yay that all sounds really positive bear, brilliant
I think volunteer work would be good - I'd like to be back at work but I think I'd just flump in a heap. It's odd seeing life going on and sort of watching from the outside
It won't be forever little bear, it is a horrible feeling though. I hate feeling like I'm just drifting
The support from you peeps really helps
right Pacman time, I've forgotten to eat today
I'm not convinced I'd qualify for DLA, not sure what they were on about. I'll call them up tomorrow. So that's my other thing ticked off
I'm trying to think of a better phrase than drifting - I know exactly what you mean but tbh I feel more like we're recovering in preparation for the next step sorta thing
What's up by 'eck?
Oh that's horrible BE I also hope you find someone else, that contact is important.
SOLB next step with what hun?
That sounds brilliant sweetie
I'm off to bed now - sleep tight all x
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