Brain mass and working

Well, on the doctors orders I am heading back to work. Monday I will begin working in a call center, I am just hoping I will finally be ok with the keppra that I am not so tired all day long.

It’s scary to think that for ten years I have been so independent in my relationship with James. Working, going to school, going shopping when I want, etcetra. Now I have to rely on him to take me everywhere because I can’t drive while on this medication (as mentioned in my previous post).

Yesterday we went to Walmart to get some groceries and we for separated for a few minutes. I panicked. I didn’t know where he was or how to find him. You are probably thinking, “duh call him on your phone”. Well, my brain didn’t think that in my panic until he walked around the corner. I immediately calmed down.

This right here, being so dependent on another person for one small thing, is terrifying to me. I don’t know how to let go and be this dependent. Granted I can do other things alone, but I have to be careful because I don’t know what could trigger a seizure.

My nephew, not thinking, flashed a bright light in my eyes for a few seconds today. James panicked. My head started hurting, I started seeing spots and getting sick to my stomach, and now my eyes hurt like there is a bunch of sinus pressure behind them. I’m pretty sure James won’t sleep tonight.

We will get through this and be stronger for it in the end. We have a huge family supporting us and helping us through this, as well as loads of prayers from across the country.

I’m excited to start work and scared to be away from James for so long, but I know I can do this and I will be awesome! Positivity over everything!

**James and I hanging out last night**


Published by: Dungeon Master Kristi

I am a nerd. There I said it, it's out in the open now. I love Star Trek, Star Wars, Firefly, Doctor Who...and the list goes on and on. I also LOVE to play Dungeons and Dragons. I am the Dungeon Master of a game I run once a month with my friends. This website, my Facebook group, and my YouTube channel, are all out there to show you how I design a campaign and build my dungeons. I usually use Hirst Art molds to create and build my dungeons, however, I have been using foam board and random other objects you might think are trash to create items for our games. Four four weekends a month, I work on the story, the design, and putting the game together. I love that my friends can leave their lives behind for a few hours a month and just immerse themselves in my game. This page will just be blog posts describing things that happen in the games, things that happen while working on my builds, and other thoughts on our dungeons and dragons adventures.

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