This is the blog where I write everything that inspires and blesses my daily life. But also about my everyday struggle living with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Wow, Sannel! This says more than words ever could! I'm so sorry you suffer this way but it just reinforces how amazing you really are. Thanks for sharing this very effective post. Now go get some rest, dear friend! Hugs to you.
Dear SannelRick is so right! This says more than words ever could. I feel so bad for you and all those who have to suffer . I admire your courage.Hugs
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Hello Sannel. I am so sorry that you know so much about this and the probable reason why. I hope they find something for you soon.
Very authentic. Emotional and driven. I liken it to Salvador Dali. Having studied a bit more with squint or two of this work while remembering his works, I share a quote;Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.~ Salvador DaliNot sure, only pondering, perspective of both artist and observer rings true with that quote. Like many great works of art, tomorrow offers another view, even though it be the same observer. For that matter after dinner too. I think of some musicians and their music too. Oddly, 'Billy the Mountain', written and performed many times in concert, by Frank Zappa and his band the Mothers. I saw that live at the 'Shrine Auditorium' in Los Angeles, California.I was on acid at the time - 'orange sunshine' I walked down a long corridor, becoming unsure of reality. I followed voices for what seemed as hours. Then, I discovered I was now in the sitting room of the Ladies Restroom. One middle aged lady senior to me just dragged on her Virginia slim, smiled, then said, 'Hurry up . . .This presentation of art is similar in that it continually introduces new ideas and material (in their case musical interpretations varying from concert to concert and city to city) similar to an opera or oratorio.Bravo!
Ouch. This looks really painful. I must learn more about this condition. So sorry for your suffering.
Rick, I know that people have a hard time to understand what kind of pain I'm in. Even if I have explained thousands of times to my family and friends, I can tell that they still have no clue what kind of pain I'm talking about. By these pictures, I hope they will. Thank you, my friend for your constant support, and I'll try to rest.Hugs back to you!
Susan, thank you for those kind words. I'll always cherish them. Hugs to you, my friend!
Thank you, Mike. I hope so too.Hugs!
Mitch, your words make me stop and ponder. What you say is always so good. Thank you, my friend for taking the time.Hugs!
PegCole, this illness is hard to grasp, if you do not suffer from it yourself. Not even the people closest to me can truly understand. Thank you for your kind words and for your visit. Hugs!
Your lovely comments are my reward.Thank you !