I can barely believe it… but I’m thrilled.
That’s right. My Life with Fibro is 100 posts old.
For all those who say fibrofolks can’t stick with anything… I smile in your general direction. And for those who support fibrofolks, I give thanks. Actually, I give thanks for the negative-vibe-sending people too. They anger me and motivate me to prove them wrong. (I’m pretty sure that’s how I made it through five years of college.) And yeah, I know it took me 428 days to write 100 posts. And yeah, I know that’s probably not an impressive pace. But I’m going for sustainable, not rapid-fire.
And now, to celebrate this lovely occasion, I introduce you to a little something new:
And no, it’s not the Association of Yale Alumni (although I do love me some Rory). It’s “A Year Ago: on MLWF.” And here’s the first installment:
Following a Fibromyalgia Diagnosis – 9 Steps: I could finally call my discomfort a name…
Fibromyalgia, Pirates, and Wedding Vows: “With health as the less likely,” Daniel picks up the slack (without prompting from Justin Timberlake).
Fibromyalgia, Education, and Full-time Employment – part 1: I just thought something young and honest like, “He clearly has not seen my flawless GPA.”