Saturday, February 11, 2006

Days Like Those

I've been feeling out of sorts today, and I don't know why. I don't think there is any real cause to why I was feeling like I did though. It was a sort of restless feeling where I just didn't feel like doing anything, I mean I wanted to knit and do some studying and go over my Psalms for Bible study (I got 3 done), but every time I tried to do something those weird feelings came over me and I couldn't do anything...I was restless doing things, and restless not doing things. I also felt sleepy for the majority of the afternoon even though I had had enough sleep (slept til I woke up without an alarm or anything waking me).

I also had a sinus headache today and it turned into a migraine for awhile, and finally to a "normal" type of headache. It is gone now, but I feel it coming back. They (whoever they are) say that when storms approach that can affect migraines. We are expecting a blizzard tomorrow afternoon/evening and I wonder if that might have something to do with it.

I'm feeling a little better now, but still not 100%. I hate this feeling - especially since I can't pin point why I was feeling this way today (aside from the headache which made me also feel not "all there" in the head...if that makes sense). I did my bible reading this morning, started the book of Mark and did my devotion and the whole time it felt like I was forcing myself to do it because I honestly just wanted to throw it across the room. That was what the feeling was like inside my head/ just throw it down or away. It was like that with everything today, not just my readings. Maybe I'm just having an off day.

Tomorrow will be better. I'm thinking positive.


Amy said...

I hate those restless days. Hope tomorrow is better! ;-)

Joe said...

It is good to be positive about tomorrow.

I once told a friend that I was not looking forward to tomorrow. He told me I should be more positive. So I told him I was positive that I was not looking forward to tomorrow.

Jezreel said...

Oh, I know all about those kind of days. For me they come when I've been cooped up too long, or when there's something I have to do that I've been just putting off.

You're in my prayers.

Bonnie Calhoun said...

I know about the pressure and the headaches...I too have sinuses and when low pressure comes in for a storm, my head feels like it is in a vise.

I pray that tomorrow is better! Maybe it's cabin fever or weather related!

Pia said...

i hope you're feeling a hundred percent better by now. i hope those headaches are gone.