But I can still see the plan and the computer screen, so what the hey. Then I realize that it is indeed an aura. If you get migraines, you might know what an aura is: little flashy lights, in a line usually, in your field of vision. I get them as a precursor to migraines, but I don't get migraines often (knock wood). And a few times I've gotten an aura, but then real quick took some ibuprofen and went to sleep, and I didn't seem to get a migraine -- in the past I've thought that I just "beat it out," but man, I don't know if you can DO that to a migraine, so maybe I wasn't going to get one those days anyway. I don't know.
Anyway, I started writing this entry because my periperal vision was pretty much gone. After the aura started, I found someone who had some Excedrin and popped a couple, then came back upstairs and my peripheral vision went away, but now it's mostly back again, so I suppose that's a good thing.
I have a lot of work to do and Bruce is out of the office all day so it would be really nice to be able to stay at work. I hope this doesn't turn into a real migraine, with axe-through-the-head pain and the uncontrollable vomiting and whatnot. That would be a real bummer.
P.S. It occurs to me that I ate ~1.5 lbs of strawberries last night, and I know that strawberries are a trigger food for SOME people, for migraines, and if God has made me one of those people then I will hate him and smack him in the face next time I see him so that'd better not be it YOU HEAR ME, GOD?? I like strawberries.