It All Goes So Fast

It is all borrowed time. He grows. I have to work.

My beautiful baby is rapidly approaching toddlerhood. I am loving seeing him fly by these developmental milestones; clapping, crawling, walking, eating.

As intense and hard as it was, it was precious. This delicious creature whooshed into my life (well, no whooshing, pregnancy and labour took forever) but he came bowling in. He taught me so much.

I love. I strive. I plan. I do. All for him.

Trigger Points and Fibromyalgia

Having been plagued by spots of extreme tightness on various parts of my body for years that numerous physical therapists have attempted to release and only ever achieved a small but fleeting degree of success, I am keenly interested in the study of trigger points.

I am reading The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Treatment Guide for Pain Relief by Clair and Amber Davies.

I am loving it!

What They Don’t Know, Or Some Encouragement

There are a great many things those people in the lives of chronic pain and fatigue sufferers will never know. They’ll never know much harder it is to do those things that everyone else takes for granted. How many days we spend miserable, not wanting to be awake, but knowing that going to bed won’t help. The extent of our pain.