Jess feels awful. She hurts. I get it. Truly I do. But I don't understand WHY she INSISTS on being in the living room! She hurts, head, leg has 2 raised lumps of muscle that are clearly visible, most everything hurts. She said light was bugging her. She put a blanket over her head. Then she started griping at thank you because he was typing too hard on the computer. Then he was talking to himself and it bugged her. Then I was walking and THAT bugged her. So I told her to go to her room. Even offered to help support her in case her knee and/or leg gives out as she walks (happening a lot today). No. That just was cruel and unusual punishment. So then she was in her room having a fit. She has a supportive and comfy bed. A nice chair that is comfy. But she STILL INSISTS on being in the living room. I just don't get it. She can have all the quiet she wants in her room. But griping at us in the public rooms is just not OK. So she had another fit because thank you's new rock tumbler is "too loud" when she is in her room. BS. Her room is diagonally across the house from his. I have been in there. Went in purposely to see if it was audible in her room. Not even with his door open can it be heard. This is going to drive me either nuts or to drink. It is such a PITA. And physical therapy (which pediatrician says we must do before we see a rheumy) can't get her in for 3 more weeks. That is for the initial evaluation. It will be a couple more weeks after that before tehy have space to treat her. But the only other PT place in town is just not reputable. So we wait. Thanks for letting me rant.