Preparing for Closure.

Hello. It has always concerned me when people leave the blogosphere without a goodbye. I want to say, my process to prepare for the closure of my blog is now underway. I am beginning my goodbye. My mom died on Father's Day of this year, 2020. She was 79. The hubby and I are currently... Continue Reading →

The Opioid Crisis? A Lie. Suicide Due to a Lack of Pain Management? Very Real.

All of the following information is available on many sites on the internet. The National Health Association, the World Wide Health Organization, the CDC, and etc. You should just google suicide rates. I knew as medication was withheld, my people would choose not to live. It is happening! We are losing our chronically ill brothers... Continue Reading →

No Pain Medication Allowed!

Hello. It has been almost five months in my journey with no pain medication. How's that working? Well, I'm still here. Many others are not. Their pain too great. Suicide rates are on the rise... What is a flare like WITH the availability of a rescue pain medication, often called; The Evil Opioid? A painful flare... Continue Reading →

Three of My Cheaters to Fight Pain

If you know me, then you know I call things I use to assist me when I have painful flare; cheaters! I don't know why. Here are three of my cheaters just for you! Consider it an early Christmas Gift... 1. Tommy Copper Hello, Tommy Copper! Why haven't I tried this before?!?! Well, I have tried... Continue Reading →

Talking Bluntly about Night Time Chronic Pain

September is National Pain Awareness Month. I have a chronic pain disease called Fibromyalgia Syndrome. You can read what fibro is: here. (This is a typical night for me. I describe it as follows.) I think the hardest thing for a person with chronic pain is to tell you how they are doing. (Seriously.) You ask me... Continue Reading →

What Flare?

You have probably read that I've been in flare mode for almost a month. We sold our home, we close on the fifth of September, very soon. I'm pleased that the house sold at asking price. Of course, a bidding war would have been fun, or not. The last night in the house on Taylor... Continue Reading →

The House on Taylor Street (My Ugly Kitchen)

Well here's a little post that you requested from a while back. I talked about my house on Taylor Street's kitchen. It was an ugly kitchen but it was MY KIND of ugly! So I have rooted around and found a few photos. I do not have access to my entire box of photos right... Continue Reading →

I Am Homeless

It feels surreal. No, actually it feels scary... unorganized, tumultuous, messy... and a bit sad. The house on Taylor Street now stands alone. Vacant. Waiting for a new life to fill her walls. I only want the best for her. She saw me through many years of health, happiness, illness, sadness... but I could no... Continue Reading →

One of Many

Fibromyalgia Syndrome. Two to four percent of the US population is affected by fibromyalgia, that is six to twelve million people. Females make up 90% of those numbers. ~~~ Hi, I'm Kali, I was diagnosed at age 18 with Fibromyalgia Syndrome in 2015. I just recently got engaged. I'm looking forward to having a happy... Continue Reading →

The House on Taylor Street (Looming House Inspection)

This is where I try to sound like I know what I'm doing, but I really only have a 50/50 shot of coming out of this unscathed. Right now, it is 5:14 AM. Neither the hubby nor I can sleep any longer. The day of the home inspection is here! A man who literally holds... Continue Reading →

Grace Kelly and Me

Grace Kelly. Never have I seen a woman who so personified her name. Grace Kelly was indeed a woman of grace. I wonder if Grace Kelly and I would have gotten along? Would she have liked me? I want to be a woman of grace. I do not want to be Grace Kelly-like, I want to... Continue Reading →

The Chronically Hopeful Award

Brigid over at Watching the Daisies  was kind enough to nominate me for the Chronically Hopeful Award. There is no way I can express what Brigid means to me, I will let her own words tell you who she is and have to leave it at that. Brigid P. Gallagher is a retired natural medicines therapist,... Continue Reading →

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