Sometimes A “Sick Day” Is Necessary, Even If You Are Already Chronically Ill

I'm a huge fan of pacing. It's number one on my list of key chronic illness/ pain management strategies. Pacing doesn't remove symptoms or take all my pain away. It does help to reduce some discomfort and reduces the risk of me causing an escalation of more crippling issues. Well, usually it does that!! My … Continue reading Sometimes A “Sick Day” Is Necessary, Even If You Are Already Chronically Ill

My Writing Year In Review

As Christmas and year end comes around, I’m in a reflective mood. It’s been a great year for me from a writing perspective. I've enjoyed networking with other bloggers within the chronic illness blogging community. I've also connected this year outside of the chronic illness world, with lovely Christian women through Grace Girls and the … Continue reading My Writing Year In Review

Healing Comes In Many Forms…..Even With A Broken Body

October 6th 2014. A day I will never forget. It's the day my femur broke.  (Click on the link to read about that extraordinary day) It was a life changing day. A day that would start me on a journey with a rare bone disease, so rare that even Specialists would stand and scratch their heads … Continue reading Healing Comes In Many Forms…..Even With A Broken Body

“Where There’s A Will There’s A Way”….Is It Really That Easy?

I was loading my dishwasher this morning and fighting with a plate that refused to fit in. It wasn't really the plates fault. I was in severe pain and trying to get the task over as quickly as possible. I was also trying to fit way too much into this particular load.....as you do!! So … Continue reading “Where There’s A Will There’s A Way”….Is It Really That Easy?

Meet The Admin Team

Medical Musings with Friends started in January 2017. I was resting one afternoon in my bedroom, contemplating the new year ahead and wondering what possible purpose my life could hold, as my body kept spectacularly attacking me from every angle. I have a Rare Genetic Bone Disease with multiple bone breaks, ongoing surgeries, severe spinal … Continue reading Meet The Admin Team