A Beautiful Day to Be So Sad


When you are used to being at the top, you can forget how hard you had to work to get there.

When you are used to being at the top, you can forget how hard you had to work to get there.

This day started out tough and has continued downhill.  My husband’s headache morphed into nausea and he has continued to feel lower and lower.  The weather outside actually makes it harder on him to feel good.  He’s sitting in the living room looking at the outside wishing that he could take advantage of the nice weather – but he can’t.  He can’t walk for any length of time on his leg, it wouldn’t matter anyway because he’s just too dizzy to make it far.  He still has to use a walker to get around, which in itself is extremely depressing for a guy who is used to being mobile and on the move.  Add to that the headache and nausea and I’d say he’s just a mess.

What do I do to make this any better?  Days like this are so challenging – how do I support him and help him without annoying him or coming across as a nag?

There is nothing easy about this journey.

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