I am alive, I promise

Even though I've found the solution to a few of my medical problems, it now seems like I'm having problems spending time in front of my computer. When did that happen? No, seriously, I don't know whether it's my neck, my eyes, my wheelchair, my computer or something completely different, but whatever it is it's making me dizzy and nauseous. So far it seems like it appears as soon as I spend a little time in front of my computer, so today I've spent my day in my electrical wheelchair with my laptop. While I was sitting here testing my theory, I managed to update my blog theme - forgetting all about the customizing I've done, can you believe it? So stupid. Let's just blame the dizziness.

How I've come to the conclusion that my wheelchair, my computer or even both are the source to (at least some of) my problems? Well, the last three days have been wonderful, and I've been away from home, my regular wheelchair and my computer. I haven't been dizzy or nauseous, and I've enjoyed almost four days of feeling almost like my old self again. It's really frustrating to realize that something - which potentially might easy to fix - is wrong, but being unable to do anything about it because I don't know exactly what the problem is.

To look on the bright(er) side of all of this I actually have several posts just waiting to be written, if I could only manage to sit in front of my computer for a longer period of time. I've been on a wonderful two-day cruise to Kiel with Øyvind and two other couples, and it's been sooo good just taking a break from feeling like crap. I'm also planning another piercing, and I'm expecting a visit from both Mr. Postman and Mr. DHL soon - hopefully I'll be able to share everything with you during the following days.

Posted by Shamini on February 27, 2011 – 10:15 PM

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  1. Girl, I am just SO happy you got to enjoy a whole weekend without feeling like crap! Hopefully you’ll find some solutions to these questions of yours – cause I know I’d miss you too much if you stopped using your computer Wink

  2. Me too! I’m very happy that you and O. spent some quality time with your friends aboard a cruise ship. Sounds like it was heaps of fun Smile

    *HUG* Don’t stay away too long from the Internet, Pinchy and I will have one less person to bug. I hope you find out what about the computer is causing you to feel uneasy – or maybe this is an excuse to get an iPad? Wink

  3. Pinchy & Fieran:
    This is one of the reasons why I love you two as much as I do, thank you for being so sweet to me. We had a wonderful time with lots of fun, laughs and good times – so much that we decided to make it an annual event. I’m a little bummed out that I felt like crap again after 30 minutes back home though.

    It’s really boring just sitting in front of the TV while Øyvind occupied with his school work, but I cannot stand being dizzy and nauseous all the time – so no computer for me. It seems like I’m handling my laptop a little better, but it’s still making me feel sick. I promise to be around, I’d miss you two too much if I could talk to you.. you make my day, remember? Smile

  4. Awww. You’re too sweet. Well do rest, read and daydream a bit. Does the Kindle cause discomfort too?

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