Mono y Mono

So in Spanish, that means “hand to hand” or denotes a fight between two people without weapons.  

I feel like that’s what my body is doing to me!  Fighting me.  However, I feel like it might have weapons.  Like:

  • fatigue
  • dizziness
  • joint pain
  • back pain
  • headache
  • loss of appetite
  • swollen spleen

I am just totally spent.  I feel like I’ve been run down.  Also?  It gets in the old noggin.  So, add depressed to all of that up there.  Thankfully, I’m smack dab in the throws of a Beth Moore Bible study and nothing makes you feel like a loved, treasured child of the King like the Bible.  So, I’m going to start on next week and try to ignore that bulleted list up there.  Night…err…mornin….


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