taletreader is completing the HAWMC and posted this yesterday. I read it and it got me thinking about ‘everywhere’. It is hard to explain to people how much your chronic illness affects your life. It’s constant. It is everywhere. Even in the nooks and crannies you hadn’t thought about. Under rocks you hadn’t checked previously. It seeps through your bones…

Things I’ve learned:

fibromyalgiaproblems: Not knowing what to say isn’t a good reason to not say anything.

Ron: One person couldn’t feel all that, they’d explode! Hermione: Just because you have the emotional range of a teaspoon.. A classic Potter quote. Very apt. I wonder sometimes how much I must look like a Crohnie. Then, as soon as the thought has escaped into my consciousness, I laugh. How stupid! I can’t look like something, especially with an…

Day Nine – Keep Calm and Carry On

Keep calm and carry on. Write and create your own Keep Calm and Carry On poster. Can you make it about your condition? Then go to http://www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk and actually make an image to post to your blog. I’ve written quite abit about my Crohn’s and Humira. I started it on December 7th, exactly three months after being diagnosed. NB. When…

Day Eight – Best Conversation This Week

Best conversation I had this week. Try writing script style (or with dialogue) today to recap on an awesome conversation you had this week. When I write my thoughts down earlier on this week about this post, I thought I would feel great whilst re reading it before posting it today. Alas, it has been a rough couple days. A rough…

The Struggle

“Lou, we need to talk..” This sentence fills me with dread. It is fresh in my mind. It’s lead to tears. I sit here, trying my hardest to find the best way to put my thoughts into words. But I re read those words above and I am back sat in that pub, next to you as you break me…


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