Permit ● I know a song about this ● Daily Prompt

Permit ● I know a song about this! I'm immediately reminded of a song I penned and used to sing when I was in a band called Loose Talk, many years ago. The song, written back in the 80's, was entitled 'The Pass'. The story behind it being a person, who had ended up on … Continue reading Permit ● I know a song about this ● Daily Prompt

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#WhatsYourWord ● Part 2

#WhatsYourWord ● Part 2 I hadn't realised how helpful #WhatsYourWord was going to be. Ongoing discussions and debates in the ME/cfs world, concerning *GET & *CBT and the damage it can cause, have very recently severely disrupted & challenged my peace. And it has caught me off guard. Having taken years to reach a point … Continue reading #WhatsYourWord ● Part 2

I’ll Name That Tuuune..?

Hey! Do you have songs that just give you the edge? ... continuing a bit of theme here. Over the years of ME/cfs, many, many times I have relied on music to get me through. Both Worship & Secular music. And I still do. Particular songs may express how I'm feeling, when I can't put … Continue reading I’ll Name That Tuuune..?

What’s Your Word? Part 1

I try to have a word for the New Year as I don't always find resolutions very realistic, well for me anyway. So... Prompted by the WP Daily Prompt, thank you. Encouraged by the post by Melanie atΒ melaniespickett.comΒ ~Β 5 Ways to a Happy New Year. And the post by shepherdessfortheking.comΒ ~Β One Word for 2018. I settled on … Continue reading What’s Your Word? Part 1

Happy Christmas

Wishing my readers a very Happy Christmas & a blessed New Year. Thank you so much for your support. I really appreciate it, and hope you will pop by the blog in 2018. God bless Isaiah 9:6 (NIV) For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will … Continue reading Happy Christmas

Marriage & Chronic illness…for richer, for poorer

Part I ~ For richer for poorer One of the many facets of Marriage within Chronic illness. During this year, with my husband, we celebrated 30 years of marriage. We didn't anticipate the limitations now ever-present, we hadn't even thought about that when we first married. We were young, naive, having fun (and learning about … Continue reading Marriage & Chronic illness…for richer, for poorer