An explanation as to my hiatus from blogging.............

Okay...along with Menopause, Osteoarthritis, Disconnected Tissue Disorder,  Bilateral Hip Bursitis.... Fibromyalgia is what also ales me... Oh boy, I guess I am getting old!

I manage quite fine as long as I take my pain meds. But just sitting here typing this up for about 1/2 an hour my legs are starting to hurt. Below is just one web site along with hundreds of others that describe what this beastly condition is. Please note what I found really interesting, is below...."the plausible cause".FYI....

"Physical or emotional trauma"  I had suffered both these traumas in a span of one year... The emotional trauma of excommunication of my birth religion that lead to loss of my whole my family, and a religion that was my life, that then lead to a loss of self and a way of living, than my husband left me and the kids,  later a divorce took place. Physical trauma would have been the car accident that happened the same year,  some said the accident "should have killed us".  I thank the Lord that we were spared in that accident, and I and my daughter believe helped by the hand of an angle that day...that's another post:-) Shortly after that this my legs started to hurt me, along with other symptoms, even at the slightest touch to my legs hurt the symptoms have only worsened in time and has spared to other parts of the body....Sooo, maybe there is something to the cause being due to emotional trauma as well as physical trauma...Interesting, aye?


Fibromyositis; Fibrositis
Fibromyalgia is a common syndrome in which people experience long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues.
Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, sleep problems, headaches, depression, anxiety, and other symptoms.

Causes, incidence, and risk factors

The cause of this disorder is unknown. Although none have been well proven, possible causes or triggers of fibromyalgia include:
Physical or emotional trauma   
See link above for other causes and a full discription of Fibromyalgia.