They never hit at a convenient time.
Thursday or Friday, I picked up an editing job. It's APA style, so I spent Friday and Saturday re familiarizing myself with the stylistic requirements for source citation, tables, graphs, etc. I planned to start work on it Monday, since we'd planned to visit my in-laws on Sunday.
I noticed, night before last, right before bedtime, that I was seeing rainbows in my peripheral vision. Woke up yesterday to burning pain as well as pressure pain, light sensitivity, sound sensitivity, and minor nausea.
I still managed to get some editing done.
If this follows my usual patterns, it should be at its worst about noon today, then start fading around supper to be totally gone before I wake up tomorrow.
Usual patterns for me don't include aura and halos and nausea.
Change of subject--Odysseus is going to have a busier than usual start of the month, this month. Usually, he's dealing with the end of the previous month's stuff, but the hospital ended its fiscal year at the end of March, so he's got that, too.
I'd had dinners planned out for the whole week. I'm going to need to adjust that, because he may or may not be late a few times this week. So dinner plans are going to need to go from hot and ready a few minutes after he gets home, to flexible and easily warmed up.
One of the joys of having a very well-stocked pantry is that I can adjust on the fly if necessary. I have a fully-stocked canned food rotation system with veggies, and Spam; I have lots of dry pasta; I have some soups for ingredients, and some for just eating.
I'd planned pasta bake for today, but that's getting pushed back to Thursday--the kids are having spaghetti for lunch today. The chicken leg quarters I'd pulled out for Thursday haven't even really started thawing, yet, so I can just put them back in the freezer for next week, and pull out a pound of hamburger meat for the pasta bake. We'll be having sandwiches and mac 'n' cheese for dinner one night this week. Probably tonight, even.
In the meantime, I've got editing to do, dishes to unload from the dishwasher and reload into the dishwasher, and my laundry to start (everyone else's is done, even if it hasn't been put away). And it needs to be done whether I've got a headache or not, so it's damn well getting done. While wearing sunglasses indoors with all the lights off that I can turn off.
(See, I can do this, even with a migraine, because even my bad migraines aren't debilitating for me. I don't know if that's because they're not that bad, or if it's because I'm so used to pain and discomfort that I'm a bit more tolerant of a different kind of pain than usual. Either way. I'm still moving and doing.)
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