OH JENNA!!! i have fallen in love with barnes and noble over the past year or so. we only had a borders around my area until just a year or so ago and it has totally turned me on to reading. ((cough, cough)) well, more than ever before. I bought a good fibro book there-Fibromyalgia: a comprehensive approach. I am making my hubby read it now. BUT, i wanted to say that I bought the Gluten free diet for dummies. i think it is great!! i love that series or line or whatever because of how easy it is to read. well...it should be based on title, right?
oh i am jealous, i can't write to save my life. I mean, i write letters to people and am a very good written communicator, but poems and NON life stories are not my strong suite. I have always admired those who enjoy that. As a matter of fact, my best friend is an English Teacher...I work in finance. Lol. Anyway, I think its mainly because i have always played sports and was VERY active as child/teen. I mean, i even played soccer in college. So, for some reason the whole reading and writing thing never clicked.
Rich-I am so happy that i could pass on some of my happiness. I love having those productive days like you've had. That makes the tired a little worth it. It's the days where i didnt DO anything to get tired that bothers me. you know? I hope that everything works out with the short term disabilty stuff. I have only had to do it a few time for some surgeries, but I know it can get hairy. So, best of luck with that!!
Well, I am off to do this. I am actually a little nervous. I am not kidding, I don't think I have stepped on the field (turf...whatever ) for 2-3 years. I am excited...but I just don't want to hurt too bad tomorrow...oh and I have to remember that i am not invincible anymore.
Here's to a pain free night for all!! Wish me luck!!
24. Diagnosed with Fibro in Aug. 08 and Seasonal Affectiveness Disorder in December 08. Gluten free since Nov. 08.