5.00am The migraine awakens you to announce its presence.
6.00am You wake up to start your day. As you shower, you realize that the migraine has decided it will take charge of your day.
6.15am You take migraine medicine.
6.40am After the thought of coffee disgusts you (a very scary sign), you drive your child to sports practice. The burning ball of fire in the sky is pure evil, as is the barometer.
7.00am You arrive home, change out of your mismatched work clothes (another sign of the migraine), change back into pajamas and go back to bed.
8.20am Your husband asks you to get up to drive him to the airport. Also a migraine sufferer, he has great sympathy for your plight, but needs a ride.
8.35am You drop off his car at the repair place (well, it will sit in the driveway anyway while he gone - might as well get this handled). Text work that this migraine is taking over today.
8.50am You drop your husband off at the airport. You are ready to pull away but he's not walking in. You roll down the window and ask if things are ok. He gets back in the car. We live in Illinois and you can't fly interstate without a passport to go with your state ID. Our state IDs are not updated because there is no money because there is no budget (for a year now).
8.55am Drive longingly past the McD's and head home to get passport while husband texts child that you will be late picking them up from practice.
9.10am Arrive home, get passport.
9.25am Finally drop husband at airport.
9.27am Finally get food at McD's and take second migraine pill, as first has done nothing.
9.45am Pick up child very late from practice. Child is fine.
9.53am Return home. Change back into pajamas and go back to bed.
2.00pm Get husband's car, grab lunch at Jimmy John's (migraine hangover food) and return home. Child has done mise en place for dinner and is asking questions on fried rice cooking techniques. You silently thank the gods for your child's wisdom on this matter.
2.54pm You finish this post.
Please note that tornadoes ripped through Illinois overnight and my migraine plight is nothing. I had one co-worker who spent the night in her basement with her kids with no power until 6am. She made it into work. I suck.