And doctors tell me that this is not normal pattern for MS fatigue. They tell me that I should wake up feeling fine then hit the wall sometime later in the day. I wish they would stop reading books and actually talk to patients.
Well I managed to get up and get to the grocery (hey, I'm out of caramel cremes and other food, and staying in bed didn't feel good). Using great a coping mechanism that I learned in occupational therapy, I consulted the grocery store's directory and put the items in aisle order, noting if the item was on the left or right. At the store, I used their motorized cart and got the stuff I need to stay alive for the next few days. Definitely reduces energy consumption if I don't have to hunt for things. I got home, unloaded, and went back to bed.
Of course when people ask me how I am, I say, "I'm so good you can't stand me!" I continue to hide how I really feel, and until recently didn't even write about it on this blog. I'll recover some day and go back to being positive. But not today.