So I don’t have much to show for last week. It started out me feeling a little off, then I went into full migraine mode, I am on about day 6 now and I think it’s getting better, though last night I was up until about 4 o clock in pain plus I’ve had auras every night which is how I know it’s ongoing. If I am honest though, I would rather the pain and the auras I get than lying there scared with everything spinning around me, the bed lurching for hours on end. My poor hubby has had to sit up with me and try to help keep me calm a few times this week. There has also been another funeral this week that I couldn’t attend. So all in all a tough one.
I was going to stop doing this, I felt maybe I had left it too long, but I received a lovely comment on my last post saying don’t give up (thank you). So I am getting back on the horse, so to speak.
I have spent most of the week, when I have been awake and lucid enough, drinking cuppas and watching films and shows, we have both just discovered Sons Of Anarchy (I know late to the party) which we are enjoying. I have loved motorbikes my whole life, I had posters up of them in my bedroom as a teenager and before I became ill we would enjoy going to biker festivals and pubs. I hold on to the dream that one day I will get that back and maybe even own my own bike and not fall off it! You gotta dream haven’t you..
I also received some lovely mail yesterday, I love the idea of mail art and saw a zine from Tanglecrafts about it and about artistamps, which I recieved yesterday and got very inspired. I am considering joining the lovely Miss Beatrix (Anna’s) post circle, I don’t know, I will see if I feel up to making the commitment. It would be nice to make some connections with people through the post, like the good old days
These are the photos I managed to take thisa week and this is the week of 20th to the 27th of February.
Thanks for being there guys. We all have our own struggles in life, our own painful experiences and trials to overcome. We can all feel lonely in our journeys and like no one understands but there is always someone who does. Sometimes we feel like we have to do something to help but all it takes is letting someone know you are in their thoughts. We all need to know that we matter and you all matter to me. I am so grateful for everyone who has visited me over the years, reached out and let me know I am not alone.