A friend of mine sent me the link to the following post. I thought it was a wonderful way of explaining invisible illness, especially the kind which takes all your energy: The Spoon Theory by Christine Miserandino “I have learned to live life with an extra spoon in my pocket, in reserve. You need to … Continue reading a spoonful of inspiration
WELL. Still fairly zinglewalloped, although trying to do some little writing tasks so as not to feel too grumpy. I'm beginning to wonder if living with CFS/ME, or any kind of extreme tiredness, isn't rather like being a printer with a duplexer. After a while, you have a tendency towards paper jams whenever you try … Continue reading double sided, anyone?
NOW THERE'S A TITLE. Twitter followers may have noticed my recent word invention, but for those of you to whom the word is unfamiliar, you may desire a moment of definition. To be 'zinglewalloped' means to be clobbered with tiredness, excessively exhausted, completely worn out. But it's a much more novel and interesting way of … Continue reading excessive zinglewalloping