After a reasonably good/somewhat productive day, it happened again. BAM...all of a sudden, I totally "lose it". Meaning I can't concentrate or think straight at all, rather than have a meltdown. I had been perusing this message board, understanding each post I read, etc., and then I get up from the computer, and it's like my brain can't transition. I almost got disoriented/not sure where I was when I got into the hallway, which actually isn't that surprising as we just moved into a new, totally different style rental home after living in our little place for 8 years. I had to think a minute to remember my daughter had fallen asleep on her little couch downstairs after throwing a huge fit and I hadn't yet moved her to her room. She had wet her overnight diaper, and I first put it straight in the trash without then taking it out and remembering to put it in a ziplock bag so it wouldn't smell. Her untouched ravioli from dinner was still sitting in her bowl...it took a minute for me to remember making it...and I ended up just dumping it into the pot with the rest and putting the pot in the fridge, partly 'cause I was too tired and partly 'cause hubby's coming home in a couple hours from a business trip and probably will be starving despite it being well after midnight. I then took a few things upstairs and couldn't remember where to put a top in my closet. The laundry basket is gone from next to the bed, where I had been folding laundry earlier, but I can't remember taking it back downstairs to the laundry room, although I think that's where it is. The cat needed food...not sure if I gave her some and fresh water this morning or not. I have no idea when I last changed the litter box, but it smelled, so I'll do it tomorrow. I feel marginally better after downing a quick glass of milk, and I had a very late lunch so I didn't eat dinner, so maybe it's a blood sugar thing despite my not feeling hungry whatsoever. Or maybe this is par for the CFS/FM "brain fog", which has been setting in again with the move (3 weeks ago), esp. in the past week as hubby's been away on business. Or maybe I really am mentally ill, as doctors were so quick to write me off as when I first saw an MD with what I now know to be CFS symptoms. Am I crazy, or is this just the crazy part of dealing with CFS? Thanks for any insights. C.