This morning I have not been feeling well.
Last night I was woken up about midnight (after falling asleep at 9pm) when one of my cats wanted to go under the covers. Didn't get back to sleep until 3am. And when i went to the toilet my knee ached extremely painfully. Yesterday I'd seen a film and done some food shopping, but it wasn't a heavy load (just two bags). When I walked Bobby this morning it still ached, but not as bad. And just now it's been really bad - sharp pain. Sunday I just couldn't finish the housework after I mowed the lawns - still haven't done the dishes or swept the floor. I had plans to resume my 30 minute daily walk, but now with this!
But I also woke with a really bad sinus headache / migraine. It didn't go away with the walk or even the aspirin I took. It's less painful now. But I seemed to lose my language for a bit. Tried writing my morning pages and it just didn't come out right - could only write simply. I could think OK, and did stuff OK, but writing was extremely difficult for me. The only way I've made this presentable was with the built in spell checker. This hasn't quite passed though I seem to be better. Typing this has me making many many mistakes, and it's giving me a mild headache..
Today also was supposed to be the day I got drawing my webcomics again. I'd just started before Bentley came and haven't got back since. Made one or two abortive starts. I was going to draw on Saturday but all the equipment it got left on the lounge room floor. I feel shakey andmy eyes feel funny. I'm a bit afraid to put pen to paper. On the weekend I set up several drawing applications on the media PC for me to use with my graphics tablets, but I have a strong feeling that if I try that today I will just get very cross and angry with myself.
Don't want to be this way. It could be: the cold (was only 5°C earlier, is currently 11°); sleep aphasia; some form of epilepsy; a mini-stroke (unlikely I hope); or mostly likely some form of stress reaction. But what do I do? Just now I think I'll go outside and put the washing on the line, and be in the sun.