In the darkness the trees are full of starlight (henwy) wrote,
In the darkness the trees are full of starlight

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Who says you can't go home

Welp, I'm back. I just finished dragging my crap upstairs and am currently sprawled in my bed, waiting for the air conditioning and fan to work their magic. I'm feeling a bit owie, but it's nothing unbearable and now that I'm back home it's back to my more restrictive drug taking. I don't have many pills left and I'm not even sure I'll be able to make it through the week. I haven't had a chance to check in with Shelley and see if there's a doctor appointment lined up or if any stopgap measure has been made for getting more pain meds.

I'm just going to vegetate here for a bit longer and then call around to let everyone else know I made it back okay. The drive was actually smoother than I thought it would be and I made very good time. I think that I might have to make it a habit in the future to snag a motel room halfway back for future Origins trips. It's crappy to have to pay the money for the room, but it's amazing what it saves me in stress and issues to not have to do a nighttime drive when I'm already exhausted.
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