New Ventures I'm excited to tell you that God has been blessing me and directing my life into new avenues. Last fall, I was approved to submit devotional writing to the wonderful online Bible study for women, Gracefully Truthful. Today, my very first submission was published. I share about how my life was like living … Continue reading Living in a House of Mirrors
Does a change in weather affect your pain levels? This is a question often posed to the fibro warrior. In short, the answer is YES! After a long night of restless "sleeping". I finally, got up and wrote about it. curleque by Coffee at pixabay Dear Friends; I've been tossing and turning all night because … Continue reading How Does Cool Weather Affect Pain?
Hate is strong and mocks the song 🙁 Do you hear the sound of Christmas bells this season? Sadly, 2019 this has been the Christmas song on my mind. I look at the headlines and watch the news. It saddens me that we must be at each other's throats. We can't seem to find anything … Continue reading I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Is there a cure for Fibro? curleque by Coffee at pixabay Cure: Unknown Five Minute Friday Prompthttp://www.fiveminutefriday.com Unfortunately, there is no known cure for fibromyalgia (FMS). Myriads of symptoms make it nearly impossible to narrow down the problem. Additionally, and the reason the cure is unknown is that researchers are uncertain what triggers fibromyalgia. Studies … Continue reading Is There a Cure for Fibromyalgia?
Finding joy in the hard places; chronic pain
Two Book Reviews for your journey with grief
Memories of Granny Hen remind us of her seemingly endless wisdom, of lessons taught and lessons learned. How to be the giver.
Nothing could have prepared me for the events of October 28th, 1992. What started as a typical day ended in one of my worst nightmares.
Today and every day, let's remember: All the babies born sleeping. Those carried but never held. Those held that could not be taken home. Those taken home that could not stay. We remember. Always.
Sometimes family and friends are not certain how to help the chronically ill handle the holidays. Here's a Letter to Friends to answer that question