I’m so sorry Audy, but I’m copping out a bit on NHBPM today. You see, today I learnt that gizoogle exists and now I have to cook dinner. I also got to hang out with a lovely visitor, but let’s face it, we mostly just gizoogled things.
Today I’m prompted to write about how my goals have evolved, which is pretty much what I wrote about yesterday in A Pain-free Reverie. What can I say? I double topic-ed and I didn’t even know it. It’s either a neat coincidence, or my brain read ahead and then tricked me by blending one prompt with another.
For those of you who have been reading along daily, I have another story for you that you might not have read…
One of the bonus prompts for WEGO’s health challenge is to write about what it’s like to travel with CRPS. Earlier this year I attended The Festival of Hope, which Chronic Pain Australia organised in Sydney. This was the furthest that I’ve travelled since developing CRPS and I’ve written all about it here: Caf Goes To Sydney.
Still in a reading mood? Please skip along to this event and from there, the world of health blogs is at your fingertips.
If you happen to have spent today gizoogling aswell, then you will probably also enjoy these pictures of Snoop Dogg next to dogs that look like him. This is why the internet exists, people.
That’s it, that’s all I’ve got today, my thinker is all burnt out. See you tomorrow!
Thanks so much to everybody that has been supporting me in the NHBPM challenge! If you like what I am doing, please share these posts with the people that you share things with or click that little thumbs up. It’s CRPS Awareness Month, which is why I’m choosing to disclose a little more about my health on a daily basis. The more awareness that we can raise, the easier it will get for people who are navigating the choppy waters of chronic pain.
Love & Hommieshizzle (friendship, obvs)
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