My Peaceful Place... Hi! It's been a while since I made it out to my peaceful place.⤵ It's not far from where we live. And strangely enough I had never visited prior to MEcfs. I think my husband suggested stopping by to just sit in the car and re-set after on of the many hospital … Continue reading My Peaceful Place
My MEcfs Brain doesn't always cope well with questions, waiting, planning, changes and life in general. Does my brain function in a different way to other ME sufferers grey matter? I really don't know. But at times it can seem like a comedy double act! [1700 words approx]. I have to use all manner of … Continue reading MEcfs – My Brain – A Comedy
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.
Before panic sets in for readers of a certain era, I’m not about to drift back to the days of East London and bust out an Ian Dury & the blockheads number! Talented but irreverent. Sigh of relief from those present. Hehehe. Reasons to be #Cheerful... As many of my readers know, I have been … Continue reading Reasons to be #Cheerful
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’
I'm the first to admit that the past few months have been a struggle, being on a setback plateau. Five months stuck at 'base camp', often 'bed camp'. A cosy place, but an occasional change of scenery is always welcome. But that has not been possible, and currently still isn't. Where ever I'm stuck, however, … Continue reading Help while stuck at ‘Base Camp’
How can this be? I will explain. It's all about the attitude I now have to my shower seat. It wasn't easy to begin with, but vastly improved following an unplanned run in with a bath bench. So, I'll begin. After a while of seriously struggling to shower. (It's still a serious struggle. But I'm … Continue reading My friend, the Shower Seat