PMS from Hell

I have some important new to announce, but before I go any further I need to share….
Seriously.  lol Can anyone relate?!
The week after Easter brought on some of the worst PMS I’ve had in a while.  For two days I was in a depressed fog just trying to survive.  TOM had come a little early and I was a bit of a mess.  The rest of the days were better, but those two days threw me off my feed. 
So, I didn’t blog and I just got through each day , because I knew the sun would shine again, the hormones would get back into a normal state of being and all would be well. 
And it was. And still is.  🙂
I even managed not to gain any weight through that week and I was pleased with that.  However, I then decided to make a rather huge change in what I’m doing for my health and that threw me into another state of nerves that I haven’t experienced in a while.  
Needless to say, I ended up not blogging last week because it slipped my time schedule….not my mind — I thought of plenty to say at random moments throughout the week — but my days were full and I just didn’t make time for blogging. 
So, I am alive (again) and doing well …. and after I finish up an Etsy order and get my son from baseball I’m going to come back and tell you all about it.  
Good news ahead, I promise.  🙂

About Leah@MyNewEnding

I'm a 44-year-old wife and mother who begins her day with God and coffee. When my youngest of 3 kids started college I went from a SAHM to a full-time job. I love being an attendance secretary. A lot has gone on since I started this blog in 2009, but one thing remains the same: I will not give up on my health. Join me as I share what that means for the season of life I'm in.
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1 Response to PMS from Hell

  1. Lori says:

    Glad you're back. 😀

    I've been having horrible PMS for the past year. I know it's due to my age (47) and changing hormones, but dang. My doc suggested meds for it. You can take one for just a couple weeks, like an SSRI, but you don't have to stay on it long term, just for 2 weeks. I may think about that if it doesn't get better.


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