I REALLY wanted to post flowers

I REALLY wanted to post flowers

but try as I might WordPress wouldn’t let me, dang it. I got a really great shot of these floating hearts flowers that I saw in our backyard. I could swear they weren’t there last year, but the Big C says they were. Can’t believe I never noticed them before. Anyway, I got this great shot before I became bed ridden and I wanted to share. That’s so frustrating. We finally updated WordPress and I’m pretty sure that’s the culprit… once we find the glitch, I’ll post it. They’re loverly. You’re just gonna have to trust me on this one.

It has been sooo long since I have posted. I’ve really missed it for sure. I have been in the worst flare I’ve ever had. I know, I know, how hard is it to post something, anything? It was that bad… Then, I got the flu. This is the first flu I’ve had since I acquired all of my fun little autoimmune issues, and man. I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. ANYONE. Is it just me or are colds/flus more severe when you have an autoimmune disease? There were moments when I wanted to die, and then moments when I was asking the Big C to just kill me and get it over with. It felt like slow, extremely painful torture. OK, anyway, I thought I was getting well yesterday but it was just a cruel trick my body played on me because today it was like it started all over again. I became so weak from coughing I couldn’t reach over the side of the bed to grab the channel changer and there was this really cheesy movie on starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Billy Baldwin. Yes, I was trapped watching it and I couldn’t look away. They were on a ship and there was some new life force that was made from electricity and it was killing everyone….oh it was so bad it was great. OK, I’m going to take a sleeping pill, prop my pillows so I can sleep sitting up~again.  BTW, it’s good to be back!

Until next time

2 thoughts on “I REALLY wanted to post flowers

  1. I am reaching out to a select group of people within the Rheumatoid Arthritis community – leaders and advocates – as part of an effort to build valuable and useful real-world information and insights on Trusera.com for the benefit of those looking for guidance in taking the next step in learning how to live with RA. My name is Tara Holahan from Trusera (www.trusera.com). We’re a new online health network with a simple starting point: to provide a safe and comfortable environment where people looking for credible and relevant health information can connect to the knowledge and experience of others who’ve been there.
    We share your mission to get good, solid information and resources to those in need and would love to discuss the different ways in which you could play a meaningful role in sparking this new resource for the RA community. Our hope is that we could be a platform for you expand your voice and that you could use Trusera to increase access to real experiences with RA in addition to mixed connective tissue disorders, Palindromic rheumatism, or Dermatomyositis. Please contact me if you are at all interested in learning more about this opportunity and Trusera.
    tara.holahan@trusera.com

    Very Best Regards,

    Tara

  2. I’m glad that you’re back with the “living” again LOL. I’m having a hard time of it, but nothing compared to what you went through. I’m resting up and should be in bed right now…so off I go!

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