I wish all the Fibromyalgia family a pain free and a peaceful Christmas, which would be wonderful if that wish comes true.
Happy New Year, @rosebud74 !! It’s been too long since I’ve stopped by here, I hope you and everyone in this supportive space can look to the year ahead with peace, courage and most importantly; less pain.
This past year has been… a rollercoaster. I’m currently living with my sister and her children…her husband of 20 years betrayed her, and then just walked out the door. She is devastated, and the pain is far from over for her; but what seemed like ridiculously bad luck or whatever in MY life has turned out to be life and sanity-saving for HER, because circumstances are such that neither one of us can manage on our own right now, for a combination of reasons. In other words… God knew what we both needed before we did.
And so here we are, helping take care of each other.
Isn’t that really what this life is about? The universe keeps showing me that we have a purpose, each and every one of us, no matter what our burdens, our problems and challenges, I hope everyone here knows they have value, and purpose. On the bad days, it’s easy to doubt that. In bad weeks, or months, it seems impossible. But as I review the events of yet another year come and gone, the tears cried, the hugs given and received, the times I doubted and the times I won, I recognize that through it all the more grateful I am the more beauty I see; therefore; no matter what tomorrow brings I will do the best I can with what I DO have from where I am. And that is enough.
If anyone needs someone to talk to, I’m here. I intend to be here more often this year, simply because it’s important. It’s important that I acknowledge my need for support in order to BE supportive. And to be reminded I am not alone. So I just want to say THANK YOU, to this safe, loving space and all the fierce and beautiful souls here.
May you continue to heal and know peace in your days.
Love you guys!!!