21 November 2007

Giving Thanks

thanks guys!

i feel a ton better.  on reflection, russ is right on; the missing elements of mental agitation and increase acuity (a sharpening that is very unpleasant) fogged the notion of panic attacks right out of my mind.  tho now, i'm pretty sure that's what they were (i've general anxiety disorder as one of the mental conditions, and have experienced panic attacks but of a different sort).  it fits and wouldn't be the first time my body has responded to something without my overt mental state being synchronized.  if i feel off next week, i'll go see jaynie then.

mom is coming in this weekend, i think.  she and i will bake ourselves silly next week and catch up with each otehr and craft together and all that.  my guy is planning to be here later this evening and we will be together for the next few days.  he will be hunting, i may go too (but maybe not).  it depends on how i am feeling on those days (cramping in the woods is not a favored activity).

at any rate, enjoy your thanksgiving and your upcoming busy days as much as possible!


  1. Soooo, you're finally gonna get around to making that bread, eh?  I can smell it already!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    love, mj

  2. Glad you're feeling better. :)

    Happy Thanksgiving!!


  3. Panick attacks I can relate to suffered with them for years now and again.They ar enot very nice at all.Enjoy your Thangiving.We do not celebrate in the UK as you know,but I hope everyone in USA has a wonderful Thanksgiving day and I am  thankful every day for what I recieve.I hope you have a lovely few days with your man and also a great time with your Mom when she aririves too.Take Care God Bless Kath
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