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No, I am not in a prison with bars or stripes on my clothes.  Somehow though I truly feel it wouldn’t be any worse.

Every day is scheduled around my medications.  They dictate my life from morning to sunset.

I have a feeling I am not the only one who feels this way.  So, it is a safe guess that I am not alone in this.

  • Morning – put the coffee maker on.  Start my meds, Warfarin is first, then onto the rest of them.  I do not know anymore all the names of them for there are many.
  • Visit for some time with my best friend.
  • Pour a bowl of cereal for breakfast.  Take Naproxen.
  • Watch t.v. – more than likely fall asleep while watching.
  • Depending on whether or not if I have a doctor’s appointment.  Maybe, I may have to go for blood work, comes with the fact I take Warfarin to prevent blod clots.
  • Now time for supper, eat, and again take Naproxen.
  • Visit again with best friend.
  • Watch more t.v. – spend time with my dog, Natalie
  • Start taking my night meds.
  • Go to bed.

Next morning repeat the same as the day before.

Oh, by the way, I do find time to read all of the blog posts I follow.  Even send some emails.

There you have it, welcome to my life, prison!

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  1. Linda Vogt Turner

    You have a routine…which many see as a good thing. Yes…a routine can be like a prison…if you let it. I see you as a person who has accomplished many things because you like challenges and you are a thinker and a doer. I also see you as a person who has a deep and abiding faith. You want to rethink scripture and apply it to your life. That is so commendable. It sounds to me like you are ready to accept a new challenge. In my experience, the biggest challenge of all is waiting for just the right challenge to present itself that will make one a better person and more capable of blessing others with one’s life. Hang in there…something very challenging and just tailor made for you is coming your way…I’m sure.

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    1. Rethinking Scripture

      Thank you for your comments. I guess maybe I have been experiencing fatigue. I agree that my routine is good for me because it keeps me from going off the rails with extreme mood swings. This blog post was how I was feeling at that moment. I was invited to stay at my daughters. I had to decline because if I have a bad night I would not have the freedom to get up and just putter around the house. So, my blog posts like any other social media is a snapshot in a timeline.

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  2. Linda Vogt Turner

    No worries. I just got back from 8 nights at my daughters. It is so good to be home and to have the freedom to watch TV at any hour of the day or night…or do whatever!

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