Insomnia isn't the only side effect to note, there are many, but each one is worth it, in order for my illness to once again become regulated. Twisting and shaking body movements can be a real problem. I suppose that could in part be responsible for the insomnia. The constant movement is keeping me awake at the moment, leaving me with only about two hours sleep a night. When you consider I used to sleep around twelve hours a night, before taking these meds, that is a huge drop and I am getting tired!
The only other symptoms I am suffering so far is a faster heart beat an d strange noises in my ears.. not too sure what to make of these yet, or whether or not I should be concerned at all.
I had to endure the indignity of going into a pawn shop today. Well not really an indignity, just the shock of some of the people who were going in there. For me, I was just selling some broken jewellery, that I had found, whilst clearing the decks for Spain. What a bloody nightmare though.
I was in there for an hour and a half, The process was so long and strung out. Passport security, face identification and the most common people I have ever had the misfortune to meet.
Uneducated, rude, discussing warts and generally upsetting the nice staff in the place.
I really do fail to understand why people have to act in the way they do, without respect for others. I have always shown respect! It would seem that disrespect, disgusting behaviour and poor upbringing, is becoming common place in this country. Such a shame!
People and Past!
Same day, with an old friend, who we don't see much of these days. Richard, great lad!
My gorgeous Cousin Rachael. One of Portsmouths finest. She certainly knows how to handle herself anyway. Not forgetting Deano. Don't see him at all anymore, but I'm sure he is still doing well, as a Manager at Costa!
A homeless man drew a picture of me, one evening, outside The Giddy Bridge. He made a good effort and I gave him some money for it. Doing my bit as it were!
Was having a look as per usual on 'timehop' and there was loads of memories today, so for the first time, I thought I would add a few to my blog. Some of the people I don't see any more, but luckily, most of them I do.
Here is a photo of Sara and Nils. This was the gorgeous pair, who literally saved my life, after I took an overdose. They will be at our Wedding. Can't wait to see them!
Dear Sara and Dale. I have known Dale for getting on for 25 years now, Currently living in his retirement bungalow and penciled in as Jason's Best Man at the Wedding. A true friend in every sense of the word!
A photograph of myself and Jason, from a couple of years ago, in happier times. Of course little did we know what was going on at the time, and just how far my health had deteriorated. As we all know now, this was probably around the time, that serious issues were abound!