The 22nd & 23rd; I have been in denial about it.
The 22nd of April. I had a really terrifying dream last night that the Grim Reaper was following me around and I was trying to hide from him on the sofa. I woke up very scared and had to listen to a podcast to distract myself from what was going on in my brain.
Today has been recuperation from yesterday's business. I did a blog post this morning while drinking a poorly-made coffee, then I returned upstairs to get dressed and I spent a good ten minutes taking selfies because I was feeling myself.
This afternoon I crocheted a smaller mouse (I did one yesterday with a slightly larger hook). I think I need to give them noses because right now they look a little bit Voldemort-esque. Christine has come home for the weekend again and we're trying to decide what film we might go and see tomorrow.
Ugh I am so sleepy. I might have a Zopiclone tonight, I really would like a break from all my scary and stressful dreams. I don't know why my brain is being so unfair to me while I'm unconscious.
The 23rd of April.
Okay so I think my breathing is definitely worse. Maybe I have been in denial about it. If it is, I'm going to have to work out a way to make things as easy as possible, because if I continue to go downhill, I'm not sure how long life will be tolerable for. If I get to a point where I feel like I'm gasping all the time...well I don't know.
Sorry about that. On a cheerier note, I didn't have any scary dreams last night, and I had a nice, chilled morning just reading the paper and actually doing the sudoku with no assistance from an app.
A slightly earlier cinema trip than usual, as Daddy wanted to be back in time to watch the football. We decided on Bastille Day, and upon our arrival at StarCity, none of the click and collect screens were working, which was most frustrating. We had to go and queue behind all the people buying food which takes forever because they all seem rather inept. Once we finally had the tickets, we had to get the radar key to get up to our screen in the lift, and we got to our seats just in time to see the trailers.
Film was fun. Idris Elba playing a kind of rogue CIA agent who plays fast and loose with the rules and has to stop the corrupted French police stealing the national reserves. It's all a bit silly but we enjoyed it.
Came out to a text from Becky to say they had adopted some kittens! I immediately went round as soon as we got home. They're super small and adorable, just nine weeks!
Aaaaand tonight I'm off out to Tiff Stevenson. Busy girl.