Sing with it with me: It’s the most challenging time of the year!
Some CFS patients I know feel like summer is the most challenging time, between the heat and kids being off school. For me, it’s the holidays. Every year, I try to adjust my expectations and scale back on what I try to do. And every year, there is at least one day that has me on the verge of sitting in a corner, rocking back and forth and muttering about glitter.
The queue of blog posts I want to write currently stands at seventeen, and some are more time-sensitive than others. There is also the FDA meeting on Ampligen this week. But in service to my efforts to pace my activities and be realistic about my capacity, I’ve decided those posts will have to wait. I want to keep writing for you, and some of the upcoming posts are important. But I need to spend time with my family, too. And I would really like to get to New Year’s Day and not need the entire month of January to recover from the holidays.
So I hope you will be patient with me, and that you’ll come back in a few weeks when I start posting again. I wish you a joyous holiday season, and a Happy and HEALTHY New Year for us all!