Aw hon, I can so relate! Got diagnosed 4/26 and it's been hell since. Until recently, I worked full time. Last week and this, I had them cut me to 27.5 hrs, cause I just can't do it, I'm having shoulder surgery Fri and hoping the several weeks I'm off, I'll not only heal the shoulder, but get the Graves under control. I had 2, count ‘em!, TWO decent days last week, so maybe it will get better eventually. The fatigue can be severe for me, sometimes I can’t do anything. My apartment was always spotless, not any more and I hate that, but I do what I can and let it go. Saturday, I got everything cleaned, even floors mopped, (wood), except for the bedroom, although I did change the linens. This is the cleanest it's been in a month.
Only took 2 painkillers and half a pot of coffee!
Joking aside, I sooo understand how you feel and I am grateful right now, that I don't have a yard to take care of, my house plants are dying and some are over 25 yrs old, but haven't even had the energy to water them, its an all day process. I'm gonna try to do a couple a day, I have many house plants, some very large that I can't move with the bum shoulder. Please know, we do understand, you are not alone. Something else, if you are as independent as I have always been, it may be hard, but ask for help. Ask a friend to come help you clean up a little, offer to pay them a little something, although mine won't take it, if you have a friend struggling financially, an extra $20, for a couple hours, would be helpful to them and make you more comfortable in your home. There are times when you cannot do it by yourself. Because of all I did Saturday, I felt terrible yesterday and my son and DIL was here all day for mothers day, but I pushed past it to have time with them, which is rare.
Didn't mean to write a book, but that's just me, hope all will forgive.
Keep us posted sweetie and hang in there! HUGZ!