I am looking for anything funny that you can share that has happened due to fibromyalgia. I'm writing a romantic comedy to educate on fibro, and it will definitely show the truth of it, but I want it to still be a feel good book. I figure if cancer patients can make fun of their things then we should be able to do the same.
Well, it looks like they are getting closer and closer to finding something to help. And each case of fibro takes to medicine and other treatments differently. But yes, we can not give up hope! And we will find something to smile about at least once every day. If you ever need a funny book that will make you pee, hehehehe, Fools Rush In by Janice Thompson which is a free download on Amazon will help, and it will put a smile on your face many times! For the rest of us who don't have that problem, we gotta wear those grown up diapers. View Thread
Oh my goodness, Bette. Bless your heart for all you did for them. That is a huge gift you have given. I'm impressed you were able to do that as long as you did. That had to be painful.
If you think of anything funny in the classroom with them, do share.
Now, onto the double vision thing. If you can remember the names of those things being tested and what not, can you REALLY say you have brain fog? Funny how we have those days and then we have a day every now and then when you have no trouble thinking of the words you are looking for. Ha.
Thank you so much for everything you've shared. I appreciate everything. It's a blessing when we can find humor in the midst of our pain. God bless you.View Thread
Oh my word! Were they really home? That is too crazy. I have to tell you, the lady in the book is a teacher. I used to teach but my fibro didn't flare until after I left teaching to ave a baby. If you have any other funny stories of things that may have happened in the classroom, I'd love to hear those too!View Thread
Had rain last night, must be why I was out with pain all day yesterday. But, after driving my two oldest boys to school this morning, was HOOKED on the air and took my youngest on a drive in the country. Love the smell after it rains. We drove around, he took pictures. I slept all afternoon, horrible pain and migraine now, but was a good thing to get out. Can't say I got the blues today. I am happy with the day, no matter how I feel right now. YEAH!View Thread
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