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  1. Coping Skills to Help With Chronic Pain On Rainy Days
    With today being such a gloomy and rainy day I figured that it would be a great day to share some of my coping skills to help with the increase in joint pain. As with any season change we feel it all, the highs and lows of the barometric pressure changes and the changes in the temperatures. We all have our own little comforts and coping skills that we use as our go to remedies but I want to share mine and hopefully help you or someone that you may know.  First and foremost take all of your
  2. Family, Love, and Faith
    I haven't been on to post a blog the past few days and I apologize. I have been up in Ohio visiting family and receiving a blessing from my grandma. You see for about the past year we have had only one car to use for our family, which we were making work. We know there are many families out there with far less than ours. But I won't lie with all of my doctors appointments, the kids school, after school activities it did become stressful at times. Especially when I would have to take my husband
  3. When is enough is enough?
    I didn't post yesterday. It was a bad day, I fell out of a chair. And while for some people that may not be a big deal it was for me. The last few days I could feel this dark cloud coming like an approaching storm. Or more like someone just pulled the drain plug and the last bit of energy went down the drain. That is how I know when a flare is coming, and it makes me sad and angry. But back to me falling off the chair, I fell hard on my butt and hurt my arm while I was at it. Don't even know
  4. Lupus and dealing with the issues that go along with it.
    I don't know but of one person personally who is diagnosed with Lupus. And let me tell ya she is kicking butt, maybe hers isn't as severe as mine or maybe it is and she just has better medications. Whatever it is I know one thing, this disease is no joke.  For those of you who don't know what Lupus—systemic lupus erythematosus (S.L.E.)—is it is a chronic and often disabling autoimmune disease. Lupus attacks your joints, causes intense fatigue and exhaustion, thinking and memory problems