Eternally Yours

Dear Friends

Dear Friends,

It’s time to spill the beans. I’m pretty sick and I don’t know why.

Some of you know more than others. Basically, I’ve been in severe pain since August. I’m fatigued and nauseous and losing weight. For the sake of brevity, I’m not going to get into all the tests and doctors I’ve seen. Suffice it to say, it’s a lot. We’ve ruled out some scary things but there is still a vast amount of ground to cover and in the meantime, I’m still very ill.

So what does this mean for Eternally Yours?

Well, I’ve gotten pictures for at least two more posts. After that, we’ll see. I still plan to keep writing and building but you probably won’t see me much for a while. I apologize in advance if I don’t respond to comments in a timely manner. I truly appreciate your thoughts and comments and will respond to them as I can.

Since I consider so many of you to be good friends, I thought it was time to let you know why I’ve been so scattered as of late. I am still ridiculously optimistic in my recovery and I am above all patient. It took 20 years to figure out I had Celiac Disease. I am certain we will figure this one out, too.

See you in Paris,

7 thoughts on “Dear Friends

  1. I am so sorry to hear you’re unwell. I really admire your patience and optimism. Having unexplained pain is exhausting and terrifying. I hope you have people around you to love and support you.

    I’m sure you’ve got your plan of action for specialists to see all figured out, but I wanted to suggest seeing an endocrinologist, just in case you hadn’t got to that yet. It’s my understanding that autoimmune things like Celiacs do tend to cluster together.

    All the best with your diagnosis and recovery xxx

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