Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Energy... or lack there of.

Luckily, the pain is back in the 4-6 range (close to 5 when I'm sitting, 6 when I'm walking or standing). This, is manageable, though still exhausting. It's the best I think I can expect. But luckily, the day has been okay.

In sociology, I received my mid-term back. I got an 87 percent, which is okay. I thought she said 27 percent at first, but luckily, it's just my ears. The class was pretty easy to follow.

Music was great, and I recorded it with the Plextalk. That seemed to work well, and I even marked sections and definitions using it. If this works as well as I hope, it will make class much easier. It's already nice not to have to deal with note taking on a subject you can't represent in Braille easily.

Lunch was stir fry and ice cream. I am not sick to my stomach at all, so I think things will be okay. I also feel confident that it was the pain causing the nausea, not something else. I still feel like I have an ear infection (both ears hurt), but the pain is really about a 1 or 2 on the pain scale, so I'm going to ignore it the best I can.

Time to study. I will try to post more CSUN stuff when I have time.


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