A few weeks ago someone said to me, “You’re so plucky, I love it!” And I had to google what the word meant since I didn’t know 🙈 That being said… ☝🏼it’s one of my new favorite words and after learning the meaning, I took what she said as such a compliment. It’s a word… Continue reading “You’re so plucky, I love it!”
Wednesday words ⚡️(Adj.) Vatic I’m Maybe I can’t speak for everyone with chronic illnesses, but I know that I find myself trying to predict my “inevitable” future all of the time. I say things like “well I know my head will be really bad this weekend” or “I’m sure I’ll be feeling crappy still” etc.… Continue reading What’s the Word? “Vatic” 🔮
What’s the word? Moil. Because brain fog after a migraine feels a lot like moving around in confusion and it’s hard work to get yourself up and moving like a normal person 🌀
HARMONY: a pleasing combination or arrangement of different things. As someone with chronic headaches, episodic migraines, narcolepsy, and severe food allergies, plus other medical mysteries that arise, harmony is a word in rarely use. I’m sure other Spoonies and people with chronic health issues can say the same. It always seems that my health… Continue reading What’s the Word?
To cause to arise or come about. Any spoonie knows that a lot of the journey involves waiting around for a diagnosis, test results, treatments, answers, and seeing if treatments are even working. Sometimes (too often) doctors can’t figure us out. We wait around for positive things to happen in a world where we… Continue reading What’s the Word: Generate
Fortitude. A word I love. A word I repeat in my head day in and day out. A constant reminder that I am stronger than any difficulty I am facing. Physical strength is great. Without physical strength I wouldn’t have been able to get up to bat every time I had a migraine during… Continue reading What’s the Word? “Fortitude”