Category Archives: Fibromyalgia

The Never Ending….

In mid-September I went out to the “woods” by myself to do some personal therapy and quit smoking and using alcohol to drown my feelings and hurts.  I spent 8 glorious days and felt so fantastic when I came home.  … Continue reading

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Messages in The Night…

Sleep?  It has become my worst nemesis.  I do not really sleep anymore and occasionally when I actually do it will last for 24 hours non-stop except bathroom breaks.  Those are the strangest times as I lose the entire day … Continue reading

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My Life Is Like A Triangle

I have often thought about what shape my life represents and flows along, and today it became clear to me that it is a triangle.  I spend a bunch of time climbing that slippery steep slope of whatever new task … Continue reading

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Where to Start

I am so in a quandary of what to do. Do I keep trying to sell in a website or Etsy or Ebay or all…and do I make products, or sell used products, or just do tye dye?  I haven’t … Continue reading

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And Before I Forget!

I hug trees.  Yep, always have, always will.  But I was dumbfounded when I discovered that the tree I love the absolute most, or I should say the species of tree or genus or?, is also one of the most … Continue reading

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And The Tide Keeps Changing…

Another day so far outside the bell jar! Hope!  Things keep on keeping on and the tides change regardless of how I or you feel and will continue at least until we manage to kill the mother… My friends, who … Continue reading

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Atop The Glass Bell Jar

Having come through some pretty awful family stuff and health troubles lately I feel at least I am sitting on top of the glass Jar and not inside it for once.  This disease makes you feel enough like Sylvia Plath … Continue reading

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