Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Rash Improving

My rash is improving, but I still don't feel very well. My eyes look terrible still and all of these steroids are making me sick at my stomach. It's still better than it was. I think I'm going to buy some Round Up and not mess with pulling any more weeds. I think it will be safer and cheaper in the long run. My check was slow being deposited this month. I finally get it tomorrow. Good thing I was getting down to last dimes. Thanks everyone for your concerns. I'll be glad when the itching is gone. Talk at you later.

7 comments:

Denise said...

Glad your rash is improving sweetie. Praying for you physically, and financially. Be blessed.

NOS said...

I'm glad your rash is improving. I hope you continue to feel better. Are you a very big gardener?

As always, you are in my thoughts.

Wishing you well,
NOS

Dreaming again said...

glad it's getting better, Ronda T could identify, she's had more than her fair share of poison ivy.

Guess what ... I went to therapy today and turned around and MOM was sitting there ... geesh! Guess it was better to run into her before therapy than after, she talked to me about it till my body stopped betraying my mental process. I was shaking as hard as when I've read things @ church on stage!
I did the right thing, rather than having D (sister) drive back from BA, I took her home.

sheeeshheesheeesheeesheeeesh

Andrea said...

Yikes...poison ivy...I am soooo sorry! Glad you are getting better! Praying GOD continues to move mightily within you!
Hugs,
andrea

Just Be Real said...

Dear one glad you are improving and your check was deposited. Round up sounds like a good idea. :)

Blessings dear one.

Dr. Deb said...

Steriods help your immune system, but they are hard on the body. Hope you feel better everyday.

ghostseeker said...

Also look for natural weed killers so as to avoid exposing yourself to poison, but if you do use it, make sure to wear a mask. I made the mistake of not wearing a mask when using it at my parents' insistence at their place and had an asthma attack. Even if you don't have respiratory issues, it's well to avoid breathing the droplets into your lungs.