Did you notice, I did some spring cleaning here at Tea Cottage Pretties. I now have a new header and a new background. I made both of them from images of a 100 year old Limoges vanity tray.
And now for my post...
For many reasons I felt the need to come back to this post with an update. Several weeks after this post I learned that things were not as they seemed. Life works that way sometimes. My ordeal as it turns out was not due to my new health care provider. In fact, my problems had more to do with others that had no business in my business. I was made to believe that my new provider was the problem and this simply was not the truth. It is unfortunate not only for me but for my provider that other people felt the need to create such a situation. It caused me much unnecessary stress and turmoil and I would imagine that my provider was not left unscathed either. So we are starting over and I do feel confident that things will be just fine.
In the interest of privacy I try to be very careful with my post to ensure that I do not divulge any information that is private and/or confidential. My focus is on my experiences in life and living with fibromyalgia and of course my lessons learned. We truly are never to old to learn and as with all things, even the not so good things, we can learn and this situation was no exception. I learned what I should have already known, things are not always what they seem...
Here's to hope for those who suffer with fibromyalgia
May 12 is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day.
So in a week filled with unsympathetic health care workers, fibromyalgia and pernicious anemia symptoms, I found some beautiful things. The most beautiful of all of the things in my week was my girl's smiles and songs of "mom is so great, fabulous and awesome". I pushed through and I even manage to find that place that makes things seem all better and I made the best of a very bad week.
Me living with and pushing through my days with fibromyalgia and pernicious anemia.
Take a peek at what is coming up next week here at Tea Cottage Pretties
To better days,
Tea Cottage Pretties
Note: Spell checks do not even recognize the word fibromyalgia.