Of course that means they just can't tell me why, after months of no pain at all its suddenly started aching all day every day. Well, nearly all day most days anyway, and THAT in turn means no concrete advice or treatment. He basically advised me to try hot compresses and artificial tears eyebrows you hopefully alleviate the symptoms. I guess the good thing is he couldn't see anything wrong, as opposed I can stop panicking and just get on with taking pain killers when it aches.
You may have picked up on the fact that when I go to the hospital I get stressed, and therefore it's become an excuse to over eat /binge. Well, not today! Because I knew I'd be walking my 4 miles of hospital walking this morning I had a larger lunch than usual, and a latte at the station while waiting for the train. Then nothing else to eat or drink in Reading. Nothing!!! Else!!!
I wasn't hungry but I also wasn't craving distraction or comfort or relief-because-my-eye-isn't-exploding food. In fact I was home by ten thirty and didn't eat anything else till lunchtime, and even ate a smaller lunch than usual.
Work was annoyingly busy, which definitely helped with the not eating extra food, because we're supposed to be re-deploying last weekend's failed deployment on Sunday. So what was supposed to be a light say of time of in lieu in the morning and relaxed afternoon working turned into a mad rush that went on till an hour and a quarter later than my usual finishing time. WTF ?? I'm knackered now, despite my overexcited punctuation, and in need of an early night.
Oh yes, and on top of all that excitement, we just handed in our notice at the current rental and agreed to take a smaller place a few miles away - so we'll be moving house in February. Now I have to sell more of our stuff...
Food today :
Breakfast: sautéed pork mince, onion & peppers topped with fried egg
Lunch: homemade cream of mushroom soup.
Dinner: lamb's heart in Sweet and Sour Sauce with sweet potato noodles
Snacks: a tiny amount of peanut butter