On the National Day Calendar, one of the events for today is National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day. I'm beginning to meet a lot of people who suffer from fibromyalgia: a musculoskeletal syndrome that may cause some or all of the following: widespread pain, tender points, incapacitating fatigue, anxiety, depression, migraines/chronic headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, irritable bladder, insomnia, hypersensitivity to cold/hot, swelling, fibro fog (inability to concentrate/focus), difficulty remembering, numbness, stiffness, decreased energy, noise, light and odor sensitivity and skin sensitivity. Today, I'm praying that you feel better than you did yesterday and you can get some things done.
On another note, I was wondering how many of you like quotes? I always see people posting quotes and I'm always sent quotes to read from other people. Sometimes I use them when I'm making a card or for my writing prompt for the day. I used them because they precisely and definitively express what we know, recognize, feel, believe, think, accept, imagine, hope, fear, desire, acknowledge, and/or have experienced as a life truth. My share includes a quote by an unknown author that floats around on Google and Pintrest.