Hello, Postdrome (AKA migraine hangover)! You are one weird duck. A mixture of fatigue, lessened pain, and euphoria accompanied by decreased cognitive function and coordination. The euphoria says, "The migraine is almost gone! Woo hoo! We can do ANYTHING! Even if it is 1a.m.!" My body says, "No way. I can't even walk down the hallway without feeling weird." If I try to say anything out loud it is incredibly difficult to find the proper words. Thankfully, this should only last about a day. By the weekend all should be fine again!
I'm very thankful for Dwayne and my parents who have let me completely crash the last two evenings by stepping in and taking over bedtime with the kiddos, supper, and dishes. Riley and Abby were extremely sweet and brought me a menu this morning and offered to bring me some breakfast. Sadly, I wasn't feeling up to eating. All of the kids were exceptional and I was able to get quite a bit of rest. Judah had a massive nap and so I was able to nap as well. The other key to that was giving Emma access to the iPad so I knew she wouldn't be getting into mischief. One wall got a bit of washable marker added to it and several large marshmallows were snuck from the pantry. All in all, not bad considering the sort of day it was.
The article at this link does a pretty good job of describing what happens in a migraine. There is so much leading up to the migraine itself and then afterwards as well that most people aren't aware of.