Why do people climb Mount Everest? To find and push their limits.
Since finding my post yesterday lifted a proverbial weight off my shoulders - very rarely do I get chance to have a real good, in depth, moan (G listens but goodness, if I got every complaint off my chest, he'd go insane!) - I have written two more "heavy" posts...
"You don't have Endometriosis" the Dr stated bluntly, knuckle deep in my internal exam, responding to my meek request she employ a slightly more gentle approach due to my condition causing pain when someone, or something, is within my "lady parts".
I love Mondays. Said about 1% of the working and school going population.
Today started somewhat ambiguously, by which I mean it promised to go only one way…or the other.
So I plan to document day to day from here on in but as food for thought before I write my next post I wanted to share the below that I posted on Social Media this week following a comment from a well meaning person on a particularly bad day for me:
I wasn’t sure if I wanted to kick the blog off with an “Introduction” sort of post or just dive right in with documenting my day to day life...