This deserves an infinite AMEN!!!
I have always loved owls. They are SO beautiful and seem to be full of wisdom, but maybe it’s just the look in their eyes. Either way, I cherish each and every rare opportunity to see one. Continue reading
I am thrilled to report that today was a GOOD day. Yes, it was completely necessary and appropriate to capitalize every letter in the word “good” and use bold font, because (as my fellow spoonies will understand) days like this can be few and far between.
I woke up to my alarm clock at 9:00 am, which I reluctantly set on a Sunday, because I knew I had plans for the day and without an alarm, I inevitably sleep until well after 12:00 pm and sometimes all day long.
I started my daily routine, beginning with my morning meds and drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes (I know, I know … I am trying to quit and will hopefully succeed soon) while waiting for them to kick in and the worst A.M. pain levels to subside. Luckily that happened relatively quickly.
Billy and I watched Sunday Morning and Face The Nation and then I took a shower and got ready to go visit my Mom. Unfortunately, my Dad had to work all weekend (again) but even though I missed spending time with him, I enjoyed spending time with my Mom and was glad to keep her company, as she often gets lonely on the weekends that Dad has to work. Continue reading
Thank you all for participating, reading, sharing, educating, learning, and helping to raise awareness during Endometriosis Awareness Month. I think it has been a huge success. We have reached a lot of people, gained followers, made new contacts, discovered new blogs, and met some friends along the way.
I hope that all of my Endo Sisters will continue to raise awareness, not only during the month of March, but throughout the entire year as we continue to fight for better prevention and a cure for Endometriosis.
❤ Wishing you all a pain free day ❤