So sorry to be gone so long! (3 days and I feel like I have been away from all of you for an eternity!) Unfortunately, as many of you know, the life of a spoonie/chronically ill individual varies greatly from day to day, and boy oh boy have I had some adventures these last few weeks/days especially! But needless to say, things seem to be looking up (and do you believe this-- I had my first cup of real coffee in over a week today- That's how you know I was not myself- Deprived of Java and not feeling well = one nasty snark Lupie! Im talking Creulla De Ville Status!)
I am just so happy to finally resting up and catching up on everything I have missed especially these last few days, and now that I have caught myself up and seem to be on the mend, I am looking forward to getting back into my routine (with plenty of coffee!) and being my usual silly self! I had a lovely time at Blues on the Bay- and the only reason I have not posted here about it---Well its double top secret- You will see tomorrow and I cannot wait! You are all going to be just as excited as I am to see where my blog post on Blues on the Bay ends up-- And who I got to meet and greet and converse with- What a day! I even purchased my very first spoonie gear t-shirts, one of which reads "Lupus sucks!" Damn straight it sucks and I wore it to my Rhuemie appointment the very next day! HA! To see the look on my Rheumie and Lupologist's faces was priceless and because they have a keen sense of humor they were fans of it to say the least! I also purchased a "Got Spoons?" shirt, that I think I might get creative with and Ty-dye PURPLE! Tell me that's not some serious Lupus Swagger right there! And to top it all off-- I got a Purple and orange Car magnet that says "Fight Lupus" for my Jeep so I can raise awareness where ever my Ride takes me!
Alright loves, I'm signing off and will be back to my usual posting schedule tomorrow and look forward to it immensely! Thank you for all your love and support and of course I cannot, will not, would never leave you with out our Jolt-of-Java:
Jolt-of-Java: "Don't you think it is un-nerving that the doctors call what they do--PRACTICE?"