Relapses I often know how crummy (ie. Payback, Setback or Relapse written in order of likely duration) the MEcfs is becoming when I have vivid dreams involving rapidly rising water and blocked routes. No not blocked drains and not a dripping tap, or a glass of refreshing sparkling. I'm talking about floods. Perhaps that is … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Bedrest
Hi to all my readers. I hope you’re doing well despite all that life currently launches at us. Yes, sorry to mention we’re still in year 2020! Although I have included some details about and images of products, this is not a sponsored post. This post is brought to you via the WP Block Editor! … Continue reading Chronic Illness Shower Hacks
I realised the title can be read in two ways. As I'm not about to launch into detail about en trend colours, and fabric samples (ah, one day peely paint... stay AWAY from the paintbrush!) I hope the intention of title will become clearer. Home worship an Interior Design [Approx 1600 words.] I began to … Continue reading Home Worship, an Interior Design
Hi from here!🙋 This week, May 5 - 12, 2019 is M.E. Awareness Week. As an ME sufferer myself, I am so aware of the importance of joining the effort to raise awareness of a much maligned and misunderstood chronic illness.
Hi! I've been quiet for quite a while I know. In a bid to recoup some energy I had to make some changes. For longer than anticipated! Taking a reluctant break from writing my blog was one of them. Before taking the hiatus, I penned this piece for The Unchargeables website. And I'm excited to … Continue reading I’ve been discussing Loneliness over at ‘The Unchargeables’
This is the first time I have reblogged a post from another blogger. It's such a poignant post, I had too. Reblogged from Called to Watch.
I try to have a word for the New Year as I don't always find resolutions very realistic, well for me anyway. So... Prompted by the WP Daily Prompt, thank you. Encouraged by the post by Melanie at melaniespickett.com ~ 5 Ways to a Happy New Year. And the post by shepherdessfortheking.com ~ One Word for 2018. I settled on … Continue reading What’s Your Word? Part 1
Part I ~ For richer for poorer One of the many facets of Marriage within Chronic illness. During this year, with my husband, we celebrated 30 years of marriage. We didn't anticipate the limitations now ever-present, we hadn't even thought about that when we first married. We were young, naive, having fun (and learning about … Continue reading Marriage and Chronic illness – for Richer, for Poorer