I think I can, I think I can

The last couple weeks have been tough. Between work and my health I have felt alone, bitter, and tired of life. But since I’ve started work at the pre school I have slowly gotten to a betterind set. These kids are so cute and excited about life, it’s hard not being joyful. I love it. Though I do need to make a new appointment for my doctors and reschedule another. Getting into new routines are a pain, but I’m getting there.

Have a good day!




It’s all I feel anymore.

Sharp needles hitting my nerves, sending waves of pain throughout my body.

The pain is the first symptom…

Dizziness… confusion… nausea… can’t move stiff joints and muscles…loss of appitite…dry mouth… disinterest…deeper depression…

Rheumatoid arthritis, RA, is the culprit. There have been more than one day that I’ve called out from work, because I could barely move. It hurts just to write this all down, because my hands and arms are the most affected from this disease.

Yes! It is an autoimmune disease and it’s a pain. I’m trying to make life easier for myself but like I said in my last post, I work so much. Most of the time I work 7 days a week.

Pulsing…my hands are radiating dull, achy pain. It’s time to stop.