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Some of the beautiful buildings in Chester

Tuesday morning opened its eyes to see me feeling pretty well. It was a treat not to be facing the day with lots of aches and pains. I wasn’t entirely pain-free but what I had was easy to cope with. I was pleased as I would be having a busy morning.

As morning turned to lunchtime, fatigue began its inexorable crawl throughout my body, leaving pain in several places. Oh well, at least I had managed to complete the tasks I had decided upon for the morning. In fact, Peter and I had stopped on our way home to do some shopping, so I had actually managed to do more than planned. However, whilst driving from the shops to home, the pain in my arm and shoulders steadily worsened and I became increasingly weary. Luckily we were only a handful of miles from home so I didn’t have to drive for long. We were in my car so there was little chance of Peter, my partner, driving.

Once we arrived home I rested awhile in the chair which refreshed me somewhat. For the rest of the day it was ‘do a little, rest a little more’ which, on the whole, seems to work fairly well.



About Bossymamma

Bossymamma's Fibro Diary charts how I feel and how I cope with Fibromyalgia and the effects it has on me and my life. Writing it helps me and, maybe, reading it will help someone else. Bossymamma's Ramblings is exactly that! It may be me chuntering on about life. It could be a short story I've written. You never know, it might even be a poem! Little by Little by Bossymamma is about all things crafty.
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