Yesterday, I felt so tired most of the time, I felt unable to concentrate on writing much beyond a few words. several times I'd type a word incorrectly, half a dozen times before getting it right, & by then, I'd forgot the beginning of the sentence. I think this sort of thing may be in my top ten of 'instanly frustrating' things.
Just off the top of my head:
*When my iPhone won't do what I told it, or it's doing something I didn't ask it to do.
* Ditto for my PC
* Ditto for my so-called 'smart' TV, which often talks too much, it's voice sounding like it is under water.
* When I can't find something I'm looking for.
* When I know I've forgotten something But can't remember what it was.
* When I put something down, & immediately forget where I put it, such as the spoon I was using to stir a saucepan, or where I last put my phone & it is making noises, wanting me to answer a call, & I still can't locate it.
* If I leave my glasses in an unusual place, get distracted, or as when I simply walked off to have a snooze, leaving them on the counter, then forgetting completely that was what I'd done.
* Leaving cooking ingredients out after use, often overnight, before I realise.
* Dropping things on the floor
* Knocking things over, & onto the floor, or & liquid is involved, it's spreading everywhere,
* When I am trying, & have to keep trying, to make my body feel comfortable, at least enough to sleep, or walk, or sit up a little longer, or cook, or do anything really, & my body just seems to want to not be helpful or co-operative.
I don't feel grateful when I feel miserable or when I feel I can' do anything. It's these times which erode any progress I have thought I've made over the last (almost) 30 years. That's a bigger, wider, all-encompassing, like climate is to weather, frustration.
More later, I've got to get ready to go out, get another blood test. I think, despite my concerted effort to drink more water, my kidneys still don't seem to be putting out enough, so another blood test could be a good idea my GP has had.