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Last Christmas I Gave You My Blog Heart

Orville Redenbacher’s Syndrome.
Fraggle Rock Syndrome.
Dwayne “The Rock” Syndrome.
Christmas Sock Syndrome.
Mr. Spock Syndrome.
Growth Stock Syndrome.
Thor: Ragnarok Syndrome.
“I Got A Rock!” Syndrome.
New Kids On The Block Syndrome.
Killer Croc Syndrome.
Nancy Drew and the Mystery of the Old Clock Syndrome (hmmm, https://yadadarcyyada.com/2016/05/25/crapathy/)?!?

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Or, Achenbach Syndrome.
Ever heard of it?
Most people haven’t,
I hadn’t…
even some doctors hadn’t. There’s a lot we don’t know about.
Those other, more ‘interesting’ names were my son’s funny names (just the highlights) for my latest syndrome, Achenbach Syndrome – a benign, self-limiting condition of unknown etiology characterized by paroxysmal, spontaneous hemorrhage and bruising of volar aspect of the hand or fingers, associated with burning pain and swelling of the digits.
Good news, it’s benign (love that “B” word).
Bad news, it hurts, random, and unsightly, alas, I fear that my future as a hand model is in jeopardy (kidding, my hands look like I’m the Cryptkeeper).https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/

Not looking for sympathy, it just reminded me,  not to be too definite or so set in opinions and ways, when we know so little…But that list probably makes you understand why I love my son more every single day he’s on this Earth. To understand, watch Young Sheldon https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/and The Big Bang Theory
https://yadadarcyyada.com/2014/05/03/the-big-bang-theory/ (Your own Sheldon, adorable, not quite as adorable as seen on TV).https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/
https://yadadarcyyada.com/2014/08/25/rock-paper-scissors-lizard-spock/
https://yadadarcyyada.com/2014/07/27/all-cats-have-asperger-syndrome/
https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/04/21/dancing-in-the-dark/                    https://yadadarcyyada.com/2015/03/20/take-your-time-hurry-up/
Asperger’s/Autism isn’t as entertaining as on TV, but reminds us, different isn’t less, that goes for any illness.https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/

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  • To the best of my knowledge, there’s no standardized testing for ignorance or stupidity yet either, but hey, I’d buy massive quantities of stocks in that booming business. Maybe we need a standardized test for intolerance.https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/

  • Enjoy the holidays, but remember, the bigness of it may not be joyful to all! https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/03/merry-christmas-ya-filthy-animals/https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/

  • So before I prepare (chocolate will be involved) for my bittersweet weeks of mid-season finales (The Walking Dead),https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/

season finales, The Orville (thank you Seth MacFarlane, for everything
https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/09/28/we-were-on-a-break/), https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/and big changes, Doctor Who…https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/ This Christmas, like Last Christmas
and the Laster Christmas before
and Lasterest Christmas before, etc.
I give you my blogheart
(I can’t believe on Christmas Day it will be one year since George Michael passed away, he’s missed, but Wham! is still the soundtrack of my solo impromptu dance parties),https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/
and whether you keep it or give it away,
know that,
like e.e. cummings (if he’d been a blogger),
i carry you all in my blogheart (i carry it in my blogheart)
i am never without it (anywhere
i go you go, my blogdears)….
i fear
no blogfate (for you are my blogfate, my blogsweets)
i want no world
(for beautiful you are my blogworld, my blogtrues)….here is the deepest blogsecret nobody knows….and this is the blogwonder that’s keeping the stars apart,
i carry you in my blogheart

Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best in the holiday season and all the year through!https://yadadarcyyada.com/2017/12/07/last-christmas-i-gave-you-my-blogheart/

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    1. Yes, it’s weird, don’t know when I’ll get used to it, I originally included a picture, but then I thought it’s kinda creepy and then I realized the only picture I had made it look like it was my middle finger (really my ring finger, that time), oops, lol, way to go, I’ll have to be more aware next time… #badfingerselfie 😉
      haha, you’re a hoot. 🙂
      Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best in the holiday season and all the year through!

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  1. Merry Christmas for you and your family, Donna. Enjoy it without any stress, that is the best.
    I haven’t heard about your new diagnose before, so thank you for sharing.
    Send you healing thoughts and wish you will feel better soon.

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  2. This one hit home today since I kept my son home “with Autism” for the first time in his school life. Besides the chaos December always brings, there are too many triggers going on at school today so he gets to spend the day with me reading Island of the Blue Dolphin. Which they have been reading in class, but he can’t tell me a single thing about the story despite being 19 chapters in. Because “I already know how to read”, “reading is boring”, “let me tell you 50 things about Super Mario Odyssey that you don’t care about”, etc. etc.

    Which is just what I want to do with my menopausal hormones raging (another of those “made up” conditions).

    I hope your hands give you a break and you enjoy the holidays. 🙂

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    1. I remember those days with my son, Audrey, around the holidays can be extra stressful, so much stimuli, it can be overwhelming.
      I love that book, it was one of my all time favs as a child, funny story, when I wrote my first “book” my teacher (I think it was Grade 2 or 3) read it to the class (yes, a short book lol) and as she read it I realized I had totally plagiarized “Island of the Blue Dolphin”, clearly my love of that book shone a little too bright. Oops, tried never to do that again, consciously or unconsciously.
      My son loved reading and being read to, but he had to have something in his hand, like a stress ball, a marble, water bottle, etc., but I also remember exactly what you’re saying, so I’m going to give you a virtual hug and tell you, it gets better. 🙂
      Wow, the more I read your comment, the more I’m nodding my head, yup, just love those made-up menopause symptoms boy, do we all ever have amazing imaginations, huh?
      Thanks for your kind words and thanks for dropping by, sounds like you have your hands full today and I know it’s a busy time during the holidays so I appreciate you sharing your time with me.
      Merry Christmas to you and yours and all the best during the holiday season and all the year through!

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  3. An unseen illness and being called lazy reminds me of a Golden Girls episode where Dorothy had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It’s only TV but had a real meaning. Doctors didn’t believe anything was wrong with her. I like what you said about what people believe in but can’t always see it. Thanks for sharing your blogHeart, Donna.

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    1. I love Golden Girls, it was so smart and sassy and still relevant. Thanks for reminding me.
      Thanks for dropping by, Mary, I know how busy everyone is this time of year, I appreciate you sharing some of your time with me. 🙂
      i carry you in my blogheart. 🙂
      Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best in the holiday season and all the year through!

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  4. (as I crawl out from under the rock and read that George Michael passed away LAST YEAR!!) Love your posts :-). And hate that you have Fibro and The Syndrome (couldn’t pick which one was my favorite of your son’s titles, they’re all really creative). Wishing you a pain free holiday season. :-).

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    1. So many folks, famous and otherwise passed away last year I missed quite a few too, 2016 wasn’t a good year for that and a few other things… 👎
      Thank you and you’re too kind. I hate it too, but try to make each day a good one by accepting the pain/fatigue and 10 zillion other symptoms (just seems like it, sure the real number is a tad lower) and working with or around them. It’s still a wonderful life. 🙂
      Yes, he’s so funny, I tried to pick just a few highlights, he’s come up with a lot. 😉
      I know everyone is busy this time of year, thanks for sharing your time with me, Dana. 🙂
      Merry Christmas to you and yours and all the best during the holiday season and all the year through!

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  5. Merry Christmas, dear Donna! I agree with all my heart. Let’s see the joy in Christmas. Our personal joy and not the one told us by any media or society. Let’s open the heart to everyone who cannot feel joy about the holidays and make them see that love is all around… the real meaning of Christmas. Thank you for this wonderful post 💖

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    1. Of course you would get it, Erika, you’re like a slice of Christmas joy all the year through! ☃️❤️
      Merry Christmas to you and yours in this the holiday season and all the year through!!! 🎄

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  6. I am sorry that you suffer from fibromyalgia, Donna. I believe that it is really painful. It really annoys me when people think sufferers are ‘lazy’ as much as it does when they think autistic kids are ‘naughty’ (my daughter has Asperger’s)! I hope that you and yours have a lovely Christmas and holiday time. 🎄🎄🎁🎁🎁

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    1. Thank you for your kindness, Judy, I’ve really never understood why people have to be so negative. You know it, you understand exactly, maybe even more so because I understand females with Asperger’s are questioned even more, like we need to take time out from our children to explain their behaviour to anyone, hey, there’s your business lady/buddy, go mind it, wow, so odd.
      Thanks for dropping by, I know everyone is busy this time of year, thanks for sharing your time with me.
      Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best for the holiday season and all the year through! 🎄☃️

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      1. It is good that at least, we have this wonderful community here that support each other.
        I wish you and your family a joyous Christmas and a very happy new year too. 🙂 🎅🤶

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      2. We really do, having this mind-blowingly amazing blogging family has helped me so much, I appreciate your support and kindness more than words can say. ❤️❤️❤️
        Thank you so much, Judy and all the best to you and yours in the holiday season and all the year through! Merry Christmas! 🎄🎄🎄

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    1. Thank you and that’s so very true, Jan, wise words. And thank you for dropping by, I know everyone is busy, I appreciate all of you who have taken time out to spend some time here, visiting with me. ❤️
      Merry Christmas to you and yours and all the best in the holiday season and all year long! 🎄

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  7. You know I adore you. You know I think you’re funnier than drunk giraffes (unless it’s my booze). But there’s such an underlying sadness this week that I’ve gone into a funk for you.
    I don’t know your latest syndrome but it sounds painful. Coupled with fibromyalgia (yes, even if they say it doesn’t exist) of which I’ve some knowledge, you must exist in a living hell half the time. It’s unfair of anyone to suggest you’re lazy unless they work through the same suffering.
    Know that you’re a bright point in a grim world who brings joy to so many. And are loved by so many. Thank you for being you.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

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    1. You have severely underestimated my height and gracefulness, dear David, and luckily for you I don’t drink so I won’t touch your booze. 🍷
      I think people are just too rushed around the holidays, it feels funky, dear friend, luckily we know how to laugh and make others laugh and then of course laugh at ourselves. 😀😍
      It’s only painful when it happens then it goes away, it’s the randomness of spontaneous bruising that is weird, though I’ve got to “hand” 👌 it to the human body, it can put on quite a show when it wants to, really innovative stuff.
      I think you understand completely, dear David and you also know what makes it better, I’ve read your blog posts, your books, your kind and funny emails – you know that hugs and happiness make it better at best and bearable other times. Thank you for sharing you with me and all of us here in your blogging family and the world. 🤗🤗🤗🤗
      Thank you for liking me being me and thank you for being you (we really ought to have an official chapter of our mutual admiration society 🙃🙃).
      Massive I think I might be more like a Curious George monkey and I am drunk, on #bloglove ❤️❤️ hugs, dearest David 🤗🤗
      Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best in the holiday season and all, all, all the year long!!! 🎄🎅

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    1. Standardized or not, I think we’re seeing the symptoms and results.
      Merry Christmas, Mary and thank you for dropping by, all the best in the holiday season and all the year through. 🎄

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  8. Ouch…painful but it didn’t stop you typing and what a wonderful post you made me smile and I love to start the day with a smile…I hope you have a Christmas which is pain-free and wonderful 🙂

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    1. Yes, it comes on rather suddenly so I never know when, it’s been one of the reasons for my new slow blogging approach. I’m smiling knowing I gave you a smile. 😊
      Thank you kindly, Carol and wishing you and yours all the best in the holiday season and all the year long. Merry Christmas! 🎄

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      1. Thank you Donna..Merry Christmas to you and your…Ginger is very good either as a ginger drink.. or this ginger rub…Slice 4 tablespoons of raw ginger. Cover the ginger with rubbing alcohol. Store in a closed container for one month, shaking the jar each day. Rub the liquid into sore parts. 🙂

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  9. I’m so sorry that someone is torturing your voodoo doll, Donna. Your syndrome is a new one to me, but fibromyalgia is affecting folks I know, and it’s no joke. In spite of it all, you bless us all the time with your humor and positive spirit. Hope you have the very best holiday. And cherish your very own young Sheldon.

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    1. I’d like to know who and they really could lay off any old time. It was new to me too, they do say it’s good to learn new things, but…I feel for anyone who lives with Fibromyalgia or any chronic illness, the invisibility makes that much harder. Thank you kindly for your lovely words and for dropping by, all the best for the holiday season and all the year long. Merry Christmas!!! 🎄

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    1. I make every day my own party so Christmas should be no different. 🤣
      Thank you kindly and I hope your holidays give you the gift of peace and blogjoy. 🎄
      All the best for the holidays and all the year through! 🎄

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  10. Egad! Any time you read/hear “spontaneous hemorrhage” you know it’s bad… Of you’d *think* they’d know. I know that had to freak you out, Donna. And then have to brace yourself to cope with the disbelief and disdain. Believe me, I understand all too well. If people can’t see it (and even when they can they assume it’s theatrics when it isn’t them) they sneer at it. “Invisible disabilities”… I know how difficult that is. Sending you blog-heartfelt hugs, dear friend. ❤

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    1. It reminds me that what we don’t know is way more important than what we know. I’m getting used to it and my son’s endless stream of funny names helped a lot, he’s a hoot!🦉❤️
      It’s a shame people can’t just treat each other with dignity and respect, as they would like to be treated. 😊
      I appreciate your kindness, as always, dear Teagan, I would expect no less from someone as wonderful as you. Thank you. I hope your weekend goes well, with plenty of relaxation. 🛀 That tub can also be filled with giggle water. lol
      Mega right back at you heartfelt (i carry you in my blogheart, dear friend) hugs ❤️❤️❤️ xoxo

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  11. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    Donna Parker with a Christmas message.. not just her blogheart.. which she gave us last Christmas too.. but a vote for a little more tolerance when faced with those suffering from chronic illnesses.. the word syndrome does not mean it does not exist.. simply that the medical profession does not know why it exists.. Look up Achenbach’s syndrome and the photographs of the fingers of someone suffering from it. Very glad it is not me.. hope it clears soon Donna… and what a lovely son you have. #recommended

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    1. Dear Sally, thank you so much, not just for the reblog and the kind and wise words, but for all you do for the writing and blogging communities, you teach and remind us every day what family means, is it any wonder you’re my #blogcrush https://lucyathome.co.uk/blogcrush/blogcrush-week-43/ this week? ❤️ Thanks for everything you do, we greatly appreciate it. And thank you to Teagan and Keith for the wonderful comments (I’m blushing…please don’t stop lol ).😳
      I hope you’re all enjoying the holiday season, in your own ways, as I am.🎄
      I included a picture of one of my bruised fingers when I first published the post then I realized the only photo I had that showed the bruising well also looked like I was giving you all the, er, middle finger when it was, in fact, my ring finger. lol Next time I’ll be more careful with my #fingerselfie 🖖
      Yes, though I might be biased, I have the loveliest son in the whole, entire Universe! ❤️
      Thank you again and again, dear Sally, for delightful and sage words and for sharing the #bloglove ❤️
      Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best in the holiday season and all the year through! 🎄🎅

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  12. And I was doing so well until the bombshell you dropped that it’s nearly Christmas. Really? No, I just can’t believe that. That must be made up, sort of slipped down your chimney and got muddled with a snow day for the persistently bewildered. Maybe it’s a syndrome, this need to see Christmas everywhere. I mean most people don’t. They just go about their daily calendars without worrying people with excessive shopping needs and food babies and pretending that it is really just another one of those easy Thursdays because unlike Tuesdays which the Great St Douglas said were especially tricky, Thursdays are sort of well greased days that slip by unnoticed in the mad rush to embrace the weekend. Yes, I’m sure that’s it. It’s probably that you’ve indulged in one too many Thursdays and have had a Christmas illusion. You just take care of yourself, wrap up you hands carefully and return them to wherever you bought them and I’m sure the nice people at Amazon will get you replacements spit-spot! Merry Christmas Donna and thank you for all the lovely gifs.

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    1. I know, if I hadn’t mentioned it you may have wandered right through the season without even knowing, it’s not as though there are any signs of the season, anywhere. 🎄 🎅 🎁
      Oh, excessive Christmas is definitely a syndrome, but I don’t think there’s a cure or vaccine anywhere on the horizon, I think it’s going to keep spreading, hey, maybe that’s how the zombie apocalypse begins.
      Oh how I miss the Great St. Douglas, of The Adams (“The story so far: In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.”), he knew how to boil things down to a perfect sauciness.
      Do you think I could exchange my hands, I mean, that would have to be some return/exhange policy, over half a century later, would we even be able to find the receipt? 🖖🏻
      Merry Christmas to all and to all a good geez, it’s just one day, relax, enjoy!!! I’m just here for the baking. 🍪

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  13. Donna, another one of your amazing posts full of humor, good will and your Blogheart, in spite of suffering syndromes, and unrelenting pain! Your salvation definitely lies in an incredible creative mind. Love your writing wherever it goes! Wish you & your family a Happy, Peaceful Christmas! Many good thoughts & hugs! 🎄🎄🎄Christine

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    1. Thank you, Christine, you’re too kind (don’t stop, I could listen all day lol 🤣).
      You’re right, my mind (it’s own party) keeps me chugging along, enjoying the wonder of the world. 🌇 🐬 I know some people might find it weird that I say I’m sick, but seem happy, but why not, happiness is a choice, why not choose the good stuff?
      Thank you for support, I’m so glad you’re part of my blogging family. 😍
      Thank you for your lovely season’s greetings, dear Christine, and all the best to you and yours, in the holiday season and all the year through! 🎄

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    1. You do the same for me and knowing I made you smile makes me smile more. 😉
      Thank you the same to you. All the best in the holiday season 🎄 and all the year through. 🎄

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    1. You’re too kind, Debby, having a good day and you just made it even better, you always do.
      I know everyone is busy this time of year, thanks for sharing your time with me.
      Happy Holidays and best wishes all the year though! 🎄😙

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  14. I have three things to say about this:

    1. I am glad we met on trafficjam this week because I think you might be just as sassy/snarky as me.

    2. I kind of want “Fraggle Rock” Syndrome

    3. I wish our kids could be friends. My 5-year-old has CP and is in a wheelchair and nobody quite “gets him” but me.

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    1. 1. I’m so glad we met too, Jamie, I believe that as well (although I don’t believe you only have three things to say about this or anything else lol 🤣 You know and speak your mind, I love, love, love that! ❤️❤️❤️
      2. Yes, right? Chasing our cares away, worries for another day, let that music play…sign me up! 😊
      3. Me too. While my son is a lot older than your son, he is special and I don’t mean as in needs, as in, fills the world with a extra joy (as your son does) and wow, don’t we need more and more of that?
      Thank you for dropping by, Jamie, I know everyone is busy this time of year, thank you for sharing some of your time with me. Merry Christmas to you and yours, all the best for the holiday season and all the year long! 🎅 🎄 🎅
      P.S. I’ll be stalking your blog, I mean, following your blog in this season and beyond. ⛄

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    1. Yes, that’s a classic, then I start thinking, so if I looked sick, you’d care? Or is it that because I don’t look sick (or sick enough for that you?), you don’t believe I am sick, either way, that’s fairly obnoxious. And I don’t believe I don’t look in pain or exhausted (no matter how hard I try to muddle through), I have a mirror, sometimes I can see my own hair screaming in agony! lol 🤣
      You’re so right, Roseann and thanks for taking the time to drop by, I know everyone is busy this time of year, I appreciate you spending your time with me. Love #BloggersPitStop – it just gets better and better! ❤️❤️❤️
      Merry Christmas to you and yours in the holiday season and all the year through! 🎄🎄🎄

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  15. I love this! So many great messages and reminders. I’m sorry about your fingers. My mom and my ex’s mom (who’s still very close to me) suffer from numbness and pain in their fingers. It’s really no joke. I feel for them and you. Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thank you kindly, if I haven’t made it clear from my stalking, er, visiting your blog, I love your blog! 💓 (Was that a tad fangirly? Oops, but I am picturing you with a cupcakemobile and cupcake cape 😉 ).
      Thanks, it comes and goes, that’s why I’m having a blogblitz right now, it’s gone. I’m sorry to hear about your mom and ex’s mom, I don’t like to hear of anyone suffering, I feel for them. 🖖
      Merry Christmas and best wishes for the holidays and all the year long! 🎄🎄🎄

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  16. That’s quite an extensive list. I have to admit, there are a few medical conditions listed here that I’ve never heard of.
    Aw…. love your little Sheldon. I love Sheldon! 😁

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    1. I think I might like Fraggle Rock Syndrome (chasing our cares away, worries for another day, let the music play, down at Fraggle Rock – sounds good to me 😘). lol
      I’d say I couldn’t love him anymore, but then, boom, there it is, more love, our heart, like our brain is just like the TARDIS (bigger on the inside). Sheldon rules! 🤣
      Merry Christmas to you and yours, best wishes in the holiday season and all the year long, Gloria! 🎄

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  17. Living with a chronic illness is challenging at best and fatal at worst. But given that (in most situations) living is far superior to dying, we opt for the former and try to make the best of it. That’s what you’ve done here, Donna ~ and more. Kudos for looking to the positive, for nothing is gained by doing the opposite. Wishing you ongoing stamina, healing, and blessings. Merry Christmas, Donna! ❤

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    1. You’re so right, Tina, we’re here so way not enjoy it, even if there are challenges, maybe they’re just there to make us appreciate the good things, times, and people even more!!! 🙂
      Thank you kindly and all the best to you and yours for the holiday season and all the year long! 🎄🎄🎄

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  18. Yeesssh. So sorry to hear you’ve been plagued (benignly) with so many ailments. And on top of this, have to overcome the stigma of disbelief that is associated with rarely mentioned (Achenbach Syndrome) or poorly understood (Fibromyalgia) conditions.
    Glad to see that you’re choosing to rise above! I suspect that those with uncommonly high tolerance for dealing with this kind of torture are the ones that get these “gifts.” Doesn’t seem fair though does it?

    And as a means of reassurance (maybe?): insurance companies recognize the existence of fibromyalgia, so there is plenty of evidence that its a real thing. Tell that to the next person that doubts;)

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    1. Thank you kindly, Gabe, I choose to look at the bright side, there’s always humour to be found, sometimes it just takes a search party with a lot of flashlights. 😀😀😀
      Yes, I’ve used that line, you’re so right, after all, insurance companies certainly don’t like to pay anything 💵, even deserved or paid for, so if they “believe” in it, must be true.
      Thank you so much and Merry Christmas to you and yours!!! 🎄🎄🎄

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  19. Oh this sounds so horrible. I had CFS/ME for 6 years and it was horribly relentless. And the GP didn’t believe there was anything wrong with me – it’s only when he left and I was transferred to another GP in the practise that we found out what was going on. It is a horrible place to be when you know something is wrong but others don’t believe it. You feel so helpless. I hope you have a lovely Christmas, though, and I’m so glad you were able to join us for BlogCrush this week 🙂 #blogcrush

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    1. I’m so sorry to hear that, Lucy, not just that you’re suffering from this, but that it was such a difficult journey to “find” it (ridiculous, you knew there was something wrong, you know you better than anyone). That helpless feeling cannot be understood until you feel it, I’m so glad you finally have some more support, it’s so necessary. ❤️
      Big (but very gentle) relentless (the only thing that should be relentless lol) hugs, sweetie. 🤗🤗🤗
      Thank you kindly, all the best to you and yours in the holiday season and all the year through! Happy Christmas!!! 🎄🎄🎄
      Really enjoyed #Blogcrush – I’ll try to make it back, but as you can see, I struggle with comments, I enjoy them so much but am so awkward, like I’m endlessly startled, like a deer in the blogheadlights lol 🦌 But I’ll keep trying. Thanks for giving bloggers a place to hang out, connect, and shine the spotlight on other bloggers!!! ❤️❤️

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  20. I know and understand your frustration and pain. I am so sorry you are going through this.
    Except for the obviously tough parts (and even some of those) your humor and good spirits shine through.
    I promise not to give your blog heart away! (I enjoy it too much!)
    You and yours have a wonderfully blessed Christmas and holiday season!
    Blessings~

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    1. Thanks, I try to stay upbeat, some days are easier than others, but all in all, I’d say it’s a wonderful life. 🙂
      Thanks, but if you want to pass it along, I understand, any way to spread the #bloglove 😉
      Thank you kindly and best wishes in the holiday season and all the year through!!! 🦌🎅🎄

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