This morning was an eventful morning. I took a shower and the drain plugged right before I was done. This wasn’t the normal clog so I had to use Liquid Plumber. Man did that stuff start a headache like you wouldn’t believe. It was slow but eventually came up to a roar when I got to work late. Sometimes I question home ownership, like today.

The day should go by pretty well; although it’s very boring here at work with little to do other than drink cinnamon coffee and listen to holiday music. Enjoy the weather!!

Categories: Headaches


I'm a 20-something full time geek, part time student and photographer with a life partner, dog, house, and the two cars. I also have an ice pick in my left temple every day.


OnlineMom · December 23, 2005 at 9:58 AM

It’s supposed to be 75 here in southern California today! I don’t suppose you wanted to know that, though. 😉 Enjoy that cinnamon coffee (sounds wonderful!). TGIF – have a great weekend – happy holidays!

£eslie · December 25, 2005 at 6:26 PM

Just found your blog. How much caffeine are you ingesting daily? I’ve read back a few posts and it seems like you are always just one cup of coffee away from a head banger.
Sorry, don’t mean to be judgemental. I’m a migraineur, too. There’s nothing worse than being diagnosed through a blog by another head pain personality. I just thought I’d mention the obvious. Keep writing.

Artin · December 26, 2005 at 7:29 PM

I agree that my dependence on caffeine seems abnormal. I wonder too if it’s a dependence on it that causes the headaches at times. I did go through an entire cycle of removing coffee, soda, and Excedrin from my diet but it didn’t help with the pain. I still to this day, after doing a food diary cannot find a single trigger that always causes the headaches to flare up. My neurologist calls it the paradox effect; damned if I do drink it and damned if I don’t. I guess its pretty common. I’d rather drink coffee than take any more pills 🙂 I do keep it down to 2-3 cups max a day.

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