My Fibro Fourth

Living with chronic illness means one never know when it will rear its ugly head. Yesterday started off great with a blogger chat. Then I was blessed to give an English lesson for a friend from Bosnia via Zoom. As we were studying, that old nemesis fatigue decided it was time to visit again. So I had what I call my Fibro Fourth of July.

It could have been any of the three chronic illnesses I live with causing it, but Fibro Fourth sounds fitting.

As I write this on the evening of the 4th, I can hear the fireworks going off. As I write this I am also grateful for something that happened Friday. A friend and former student from Brazil messaged me that she has a friend who needs help with English. By the time we finished chatting, we set up an appointment for my friend Monday afternoon and one for her to introduce me to her friend on Tuesday. So I will be providing English lessons for Brazilians living in Canada. πŸ™‚

So even though we are still in the midst of COVD-19 problems, God blessed me to interact with friends from Bosnia and Brazil. Jesus has work for me to do. πŸ™‚

Oh forgot to mention that my 4th of July did involve me taking a four hour nap, so that was good. I love naps πŸ™‚

How was your 4th of July or if you live in another country how was your Saturday?

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

22 thoughts on “My Fibro Fourth

  1. Having a chronic illness is never an easy thing, but wonderful to hear that you were able to take a nice long nap, as well as reading out to your students

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