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Merry Monday - Nightmare



Well, I've come to think my rash is a milk reaction as it's exacerbated by dairy intake. Even goat dairy. 
And guess what?

One of the moisturizers I've been using is oatmeal-based. I react to regular oatmeal when I eat it. Oats are not automatically gluten free. They are often processed in places with wheat and are cross contaminated. But not everyone is skin allergic to the foods they are allergic to. 

Of course, I am. Apparently.

I've been trying to treat an allergic reaction with another allergic reaction. Talk about a nightmare! No wonder it wasn't getting better.

Thanks, Murphy. You always got my back.

 I got new moisturizer today as all I had was one tiny hotel bottle.

I'm keep using the antifungal cream just in case, though.

As you might have guessed, I have been sleeping terribly with all the itchy rash business. I've also had some pretty terrible dreams.

Despite the sleeping difficulties, I've come up with a plan for getting my novel, The Page & The Magician, finalized and published. There are about 12 things I need to do and then I'm going to self-publish and that's all I'm saying for now. Hoping for early 2017, but we'll see how the finances and such come together.

It doesn't look like I'm going to be able to nap before French class this evening :(

Ciao,

R~

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