Well, of kissing one boy, a very beautiful boy aged 6 who's incubating a virus. Of course as he's my grandson Jack, I have to admit that I'd most likely have still kissed him had I known about the horrible little germie things. Now really, can you blame me lol.
My M.E. seems to be what I'd describe as 'active' as in my symptoms are increasing again. When like this, if I 'catch' anything it takes on the character of my M.E, rather than following the pattern others show who have the virus. This makes it hard to determine if you do have anything - maybe for a few hours, or the first day, you have what appears to be mild symptoms, and then they transmute. So you suffer all the severe aches and pains and extreme weakness/exhaustion that go along with a mildish relapse........and hope it isn't a relapse and you'll be right as rain in a few days.
I'm brain fogged, confused, emotional, crabby, having to rest more and therefore having to isolate myself further to conserve my energy
urrrg. All the time trying to carry on as normally as possible so as not to worry Pea still more.
All the fun of the fair in fact in one illness.
- Linda Wescott
- I'm 57 and had M.E/CFS symptoms for as long as I can remember. Diagnosed 1988, as was my daughter, then aged just barely 11. Crafting has kept me sane through these many years and I've tried my hand at lots of things. Currently I'm cardmaking and crocheting,but also enjoy, drawing, writing poems, scrapbooking, making jewellery, fimo, needle felting, dressmaking...I could make a long list. As a dedicated Jehovah's Witness I also, naturally, have a keen interest in the Bible. See my projects on my CDAC Page http://priscillastyles.ning.com/profile/LINDAWESCOTT#?= as well as my crafting blog, link through badge below