I’m so bloody tired right now I can hardly see straight. I did not sleep well last night, so I told my husband that he was going to be taking the kids to school. I got the boys’ things ready for school, went back to the bathroom, and took a full dose of Klonopin. Now remember, this full dose is supposed to knock me out, right?
According to my husband, when the boys left for town, I was snoring. I swear I heard them leave. In fact, I don’t think I slept at all after they did leave for school. I got out of bed at noon, scrambled to get ready for the day since I had promised the boys I was going to be at their school awards assembly that afternoon. I felt like my head was in a fog, and my spine was a spaghetti noodle.
I got to the school about 10 minutes into the assembly. Kerry was upset because I was late. Luckily, my husband was there sitting with Casey with his class (the boys are in separate classes). Kerry was then upset that he only got one award and Casey got two. Ugh… raising twins is SO difficult.
I’m still walking around like I’m in a fog. I swear I could sit on the couch and fall asleep right now.
My car is overheating, and the air conditioner is not working well. Poor car.. it’s a 1995 Saturn SL1. It’s my baby… my first car I ever bought. I’m afraid it’s on its last legs. 😦
Can someone PLEASE help me get to have a good night’s sleep? I’m grumpy, tired, and getting depressed even though I don’t feel depressed because of the medicine (comfortably numb I guess would be a good way to describe it).
@ etta- I do take my medicine in the morning. I’m on 60mg of Cymbalta. I’m not sure what else I could do. I don’t know if this is the highest dose I can be on, or the lowest dose. If this keeps up over the weekend, I will be calling the nurse practitioner. I need my sleep desperately.
@ everyone else for comments- Thank you so much. I am trying not to fall into that dark hole again.