Ok so today is day 4 almost day 5 (at 11pm) the RLS is wicked but making it ok. I am battleing a wicked headache but decided I had to do something. So I decided that instead of just sending my husband to the store for the items we needed for Thanksgiving I was going to have him take me. So our whole family went to the store. I also decided that if I was going out I was not going to look all washed out. So I did my hair and put on make up and went to the store. I made it and it felt wonderful! I couldn't think very clearly and had a few moments where I just went into another world it seemed but for the most part it was a great experience. I am so proud that I made it through the place and got all we needed. (ok I forgot 2 things but that aint so bad)
Thank you all for your help and it is because of you that I have made this small victory. Who am I kidding this is a big victory!!!
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