Maybe Tomorrow Will Be Better….Clinging To Hope

Every morning I wake up thinking, “Today will be a better day” Everyday, for more years than I care to count, I finish the day feeling battle weary. Every night I close my eyes to sleep, clinging to the hope that sleep will be renewing and I will wake up feeling refreshed. Every night I … Continue reading Maybe Tomorrow Will Be Better….Clinging To Hope

Sending The “What Ifs” Of Life Packing

What if? What if my pain is worse tomorrow? What if I can’t sleep? What if I have a reaction to my new medication? What if my condition worsens? What if I contract COVID-19? What if my friends or family won’t understand why I need to continue to self isolate when pandemic restrictions are lifted? … Continue reading Sending The “What Ifs” Of Life Packing

The Ups And Downs Of Everyday Life Plus An Extraordinary Event!

I love turning over the calendar at the beginning of a new month. I have a pretty wall calendar in my study, so I look forward to revealing a new picture on the morning of the 1st day. It's a symbolic act in some regards, of saying goodbye to the old month, the good and … Continue reading The Ups And Downs Of Everyday Life Plus An Extraordinary Event!

Home Sweet Home…My Chronic Illness/COVID-19 Sanctuary

I wrote this blog post well before self isolation, quarantine and lockdown were common words in our vocabulary. As we enter a new world, dictated to us by COVID-19, my chronic illness life and the lives of so many disabled with chronic disease, may now be better understood. One of the ways those of us … Continue reading Home Sweet Home…My Chronic Illness/COVID-19 Sanctuary

Letting Go Of What You Think Life “Should Be”

"Happiness is letting go of what you think your life is supposed to look like, and celebrating it for everything that it is" – Mandy Hale What an insightful quote! There is so much simplicity to it yet it is full of depth and wisdom. When we live with Chronic Illness, it's very easy to … Continue reading Letting Go Of What You Think Life “Should Be”