When Weary Can’t Win

When Weary Can’t Win

I have to admit I’ve been missing the daily blogging. I grew used to the habit last month as I finally did the Write 31 Days challenge. I did it. I finished. I learned a few things along the way and I’ll have to share them soon. Tonight I’m too tired...
The Perhaps Part of Transition

The Perhaps Part of Transition

“Perhaps I will sleep tonight.” I was half-joking by using the word perhaps. It’s not a word I commonly choose. But I was already pondering what to write today and how to use the word. So here I am hours later and that sentence is my inspiration....
On Preventing the Energy Crash

On Preventing the Energy Crash

This whole year I’ve been working to heal my body and find freedom within a new set of limitations. It was hard, but I knew it would be worth the effort, worth the commitment. And the hope of feeling better while slowly redefining my limits kept me going. Some...
When the Cold is Worth It

When the Cold is Worth It

I came back home frozen. My whole body was stiff and that made me even more unsteady on my feet. I could still move, but I told my dad not to let go. He helped me back into the house. Slowly. Because my legs couldn’t go very fast. They needed time to thaw. I...
Accept What is Offered

Accept What is Offered

A couple of weeks ago I shared bits and pieces of my experience with thyroid disease and the journey back to wholeness. It has been a long four years of ups and downs and those endless questions. At first, I was frustrated with not finding answers and no longer...