Hibernation
I've hit my point. I'm at my breaking point. I'm broken. I can't take anymore. I have had a tension migraine for a week. I am now under doctors orders to take medicine and go to bed. And stay in bed. And so, I will. I will hibernate until I can not sleep anymore. I will sleep, and maybe when I wake my head will feel better. There is so much going on. So much I can't even describe. So much I can't even comprehend. So for now. I hibernate. Maybe things will look better in the morning.
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  1. Just Be Real Says:

    Broken, I pray your head is better dear one. I feel your pain dear one and I can only pray things will be better for you!

    ((((Broken))))


  2. kimv Says:

    Praying that you ARE following doctor's orders and getting lots of rest. Praying that this will help your migraines go away. Praying that the Great Healer will give you His rest, His strength, and His peace to get you through all that is going on right now! Praying that He will somehow take all of your brokeness and make you beautifully whole again!! Praying that you know how much you are loved!!!


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