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Conversation #124: Merry Christmas, uh, a little late

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  I do hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas.  I have been out of blogging for a couple of weeks because I had just been so busy with work, nightly activities, and spending much needed rest time with family.  In fact, the hubby and I are heading out tomorrow for more family fun, and I can't wait.  I am so thankful that God blessed me with my amazing family (immediate and in-law), and I'm glad I was able to celebrate Christ's birth with them.

I'm actually typing this while trying to ward off a migraine.  I have learned now that they only come generally at one time of the month (I'm sure you ladies know what I mean).  Trust me, this is better than almost daily before I started treatment, but now I REALLY dread this week.  It doesn't matter how much water I drink, caffeine I take, or sleep I get.  It just seems to happen.  I got over 8 hours of sleep last night and woke up with this darn headache.  Anyway, how do you explain to people why you have a headache and why you know it won't go away when the answer is awkward, like "I'm on my per..."  I'm trying to help my boss with something and I keep yawning and having to sit down because I don't feel well (I have no idea why yawning helps) and he keeps asking if I'm okay.  I guess my coworkers will just have to think I'm a little crazy today, or hungover, but I hope not that because I have never been hungover in my life (different thought for a different day).  Oh well!

So I just wanted to drop in and say hi.  I will try to get back to more regular posting and commenting.  Again, Merry Christmas (late) and Happy New Year!

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