Hormones and emotions aren’t for wimps

July 23, 2013

Sounds like a great title for a book if you ask me.

Its true though — hormones or in my case lack there of and the pitfalls of emotions that come from that aren’t for the faint of heart. Things that would have normally not bothered me at all now hurt as much as stepping on a Lego in bare feet. We all know that pain — it hurts like the dickens. You think you broke your foot. There are tears. There is agony. You sit down. You examine the foot and find its not broken. You rub it a little and viola — the pain is gone.

That is kind of how my heart and head feel. I don’t want people to feel like they are walking on eggshells around me so I do my best to conceal my shorter than normal fuse and easily hurt feelings. However, that builds up and spills over at the most inconvenient times! Take for instance yesterday, an email that would have normally just been shrugged off because someone was upset for a headline that we didn’t write as it was in another paper, actually brought me to the point of tears.

Seriously, that’s not me.


Couple all that is on my platter with my first sixth month follow up in few hours and I’m literally a mess. I have all my work things done. I brought hone busy work as I know sleep will not be easy tonight.

On the plus side, Rob is driving and Jason is coming along in the event I feel up to scoping outsome shopping venues after being a human pin cushion. We don’t have to be there till 11 so hopefully the fog will have burnt off by the time we hit the road,

I keep praying for peace and calm…so far so good.


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