We survived all the snow, both rounds of it. We stayed in the hotel for whole days for what seems like forever. We went up to Oklahoma City to explore the last two days, and got all of our returns done on Thursday. I’ve been noticing that my right wrist has not been happy the last couple days, and walking 2 miles seemed really hard last night.
One of these days I’m going to notice when I’m sliding down the power curve instead of smashing into the bottom of it. There’s a couple exposures that have led to this place. There is a couple who is here because of the snowstorm, and being near him destroys me. There was a pretty rapid drop in barometric pressure in the last day, which increases mold toxins in the air and it’s blowing from the SE, which I always suspected would be the worst scenario in this hotel. So the toxins without a slammer were such that I’d take a hit and not feel good, but with him, it’s intolerable. The wife pulled him in the hall yesterday and I saw his atrophied, black foot. Today he couldn’t talk and couldn’t feel his legs- I’m certain he’s a moldy and has lots of brain inflammation. The wife went back to the house today. She was able to get there, but found water damage from a burst pipe in their home.
I woke up with a destroyed gut this morning and have had a bloated abdomen, started the day with loose stools that are normal tonight, and lots of nausea. We moved rooms, had Rib Crib catered in for the team at our hotel, chatted with Anna, and went to the hot tub. After that, I was so exhausted that I napped 2 hours. I went back downstairs to find Wesley, who cleaned our truck while I was sleeping. He was happily on in his computer in the lobby. It didn’t take long before I was worse again so I took a shower and laid down for bed around 6:45. Thankfully Wesley isn’t nearly as affected as me. God has been gracious and we both may struggle, but we don’t crash and burn the same time. I’m also grateful this slam has mostly been physical and not accompanied by wishes of death bc of the neuro inflammation. We’ll leave tomorrow and stay somewhere else until this couple leaves and then likely come back.