Velexxi~ Warrior of Pain

By |December 7th, 2016|

Today is hard to stand on my feet. So the kitchen did not get done again today. I did manage to clean the bathroom and sweep the house. Some days are better. Some days are worse.

Julie Smith – One Day at a Time

By |December 7th, 2016|

Trading the comfort of my bed for the pain that awaits me.

Myworld14502 – I want to REALLY live

By |September 18th, 2015|

Trying to keep up with “normal” people.

Susan Craig – No Need to Slow Down!

By |June 25th, 2015|

I just recently got married to a WONDERFUL man and he has tried to help me so much.
I have been disabled for 6 yrs. Never in my life of raising my kids and working to provide did I ever think I needed to slow down. I am soon to be 51 and that’s to […]

Cloud – Keep on pushing

By |June 24th, 2015|

So I just don’t cry much when pain hits a high note.
Pain, it is something that is in my life daily. I have tolerable and in tolerable days. Depending on what level of pain depends what I do, though sometimes I have to do stuff no matter what. I am the only driver in […]

Nina Williams – Bears For Our Troops

By |June 2nd, 2015|

I never sit and do nothing, I started making bears when I was camping, it helps keep my mind off the pain. I have over 100 bears that I am working on right now and each one has my name on them.

I make them for the troops you, see. So our American soldiers […]

Rose – Fibro – Looking For Answers

By |May 21st, 2015|

Hello! I have had fibromyalgia since 2011, I’m now 50 yrs old. The doctors pretty much have it under control but I’m hoping someone can help me find or get some answers. I’ve been in and out of hospitals.

Carol Kraak – Love Life BE BRAVE

By |May 20th, 2015|

Every day is so different now. I have struggled with pain for many years but now basically it gets the best of me sometimes but I still carry on with the fake it till ya make it attitude.

I don’t wanna be THAT burden, that “lazy” gal, and I certainly don’t want to miss […]

Life Forever Altered

By |April 27th, 2015|

Since being diagnosed with gastroparesis, my life has changed in ways I could not have imagined. I was hospitalized with severe pain and vomiting, put through a battery of tests, diagnosed, and sent home with only a brief explanation of my illness. For the next few weeks, I was on a liquids-only diet and […]

Guido and I

By |April 10th, 2015|

Getting motivated to do chores. Guido brings me much joy, and I adore his kisses!

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