One would think that people would just learn to accept that I am working on getting better. Wait, let me back up on that.
Was sitting at church yesterday, trying to get my thoughts together.
An older member of the congregation asked me, "Amanda, are you finally feeling better? And you better not tell me no." At first, I didn't answer that question. I tried to put it in the nicest words possible. It just really pissed me off.
I looked at her and said, "Unfortunately no, I'm not feeling better. My condition will require neurosurgery before it gets better." I think she felt badly about saying that, because she didn't say another word to me for the rest of the service or after. I really had a hard time with saying that out loud, but sometimes I don't think people think before they speak. Also, I try to educate people about my condition, but some just really don't want to know or don't have time to listen.
Well, must get ready for appointment this morning. Hopeful to be released from pelvic floor PT this morning. Yes, I have already been released by PT, I just have to do the follow up with my gyn at 10 am. TTYL