Hello & About


Hi, I’m Penny, but you can call me Hope if you prefer. That seems to happen a fair amount & I don’t mind at all. Thank you for visiting my blog ~ Hope found in M.E.

I’m a Christian Chronic Illness blogger with ME/cfs. I embarked on my blog in 2016, sharing on the many aspects of life with the Chronic Illness, ME/cfs. The changes and challenges, discovering hope, with humour (I love to laugh),  creativity, and renewed faith. And rebuilding a life.

The thread of my faith runs through out my blog and is what really urged me to start writing. I also touch on my life pre-ill health, when memories present themselves.

I have had ME/cfs – Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome since 2004, on the more severe end of the scale. I also have BTOS – Bilateral Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, & apparently am one in a million to have that joyous combination! 

I’m so pleased to have started writing. It’s taken a while, basically because of the effects ME/cfs has on my cognitive function and capacity. Due to this my posts may not be extremely frequent, very possibly because I’m asleep! Needless to say, I hope you enjoy them. 

I use my own images in my blog posts, along with images from Pexel.com. If a post is a reblog from another blogsite the images are of course their own, I take no credit for them. 

I have added a more detailed account of my experience of ME/cfs. Prompted by a fellow blogger, who was unsure what ME/cfs stood for. It’s located in the Main Menu, entitled –

My story with ME/cfs

along with – What’s in a shoe?… #MillionsMissing. 

And are there should you wish to know a little more detail.

If you would like to get in touch please head over to the Contact Page or Visitors Book via the Main Menu.

I hope you enjoy visiting here.

Thanks again for popping by and have a blessed day.

Penny ~ @hopefoundinme🌸



I must point out that – The information in these blog pages in no way replaces the need to seek professional medical advice & attention in connection with the condition or symptoms mentioned or described. Thank you.

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