Dry Eyes Can Cry

It was tough day today. My eyes felt so dry, gritty and hurt so bad. My throat was like sand. Everyone who doesn’t know me very well asked me if I had a cold or just woke up. Sjogren’s was rearing it’s ugly head again. If there was one thing I could wish for it would be that I could know when a flare would hit.

I could plan around it. I could rest up before it. I’d cook a few meals before hand, do all of the laundry, get the groceries that I was planning on getting, you know just get real life stuff done. So on it goes, pushing myself to the limits is the worst thing I can do, but sometimes I just have to. Peanut is cranky after school and needs some extra attention. A friend calls and wants to vent. Dinner isn’t cooked yet. One load of laundry must be done for a red shirt that has to be be worn on a field trip. Tomorrow I’ll rest…

I did get to take a break though after all. I’m telling you I am hooked on Sundance Channel. Tonight I saw Love + Hate. Although my eyes are so dry I can still cry and I did after watching this movie. Sappy, yes. But it was touching.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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