Divided World Series by G.L. Cromarty Divided Serenity (book 1) and Serenity Falling (book 2) I was fortunate to be given copies of these books through The Book Club on Facebook and the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. Serenity. A world that is divided. The Aterran […]
It has been a momentous week with a royal wedding that broke the mould, the British weather behaving itself, a couple of little football matches (Blue supporters in my house very happy….well royal blue fans anyway) and the Bloggers’ Bash and Annual Bloggers’ Bash awards. Well our golden invite was lost in the post, but […]
Originally posted on Pain Pals: Clipped Wings – Hear Some Stories of Survival by Jennifer Gilmour I was fortunate to be a given a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. ? “Our wings were clipped, our restrictions were made, our boundaries were tested but…
Happy Monday, Pain Pals, and a belated Happy Mother’s Day to all in the USA. I have just had a really busy weekend – that I plan to write about this week -and am struggling to sit upright today, so I’m not writing my normal preamble about life in the PainPals household. I’m not sure […]
This is a blog post from Caz at Invisibly Me blog marking: International Awareness Day – ME/CFS // Fibromyalgia // MCS – 12th May 2018 ★ ★ ★ Today I’d like to do my own little tribute for the International Awareness Day for Fibromyalgia. It’s a little in advance as I’m sure that come Saturday […]
I was given an advance copy of this book through The Book club on Facebook in exchange for a fair and honest review. What would it be like to one day be walking along the road with your wife, feeling the impact as a car crashes into you and then to be watching your wife […]
A bit late in the day, but I hope those of you in the UK are having a fantastic bank holiday weekend and enjoying this wonderful weather. I managed my scheduling for Chronic Illness Bloggers this morning, and then the heat got the better of my POTS – that is postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome – […]
This challenge has been started by Tayler @strugglinsmol on Twitter and she would very much like all zebras to take the challenge and help spread awareness!! Please share, tweet and join our #FragilebutUnbreakable challenge! Here goes: Hypermobile EDS Officially in 2012 aged 43, unofficially aged 20 as a student nurse orthopaedic surgeon told me […]
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