Sunday, February 28, 2010

Too Tired to Blog

I've been so mentally and physically tired the last few months that I haven't been very good about blogging.

There have been so many times when I've thought something would be a great topic to blog about, but I was simply too tired to write. I hope to blog more as I begin to feel better.

I can't believe March starts tomorrow. Tempus fugit.

16 comments:

Jo said...

We'll still be here when you do. All the best . . .

Shelli said...

I've been thinking about you lately! It's good to hear even a brief update on how you're doing. Hopefully the next update will bear better news. Definitely take care of yourself. Hugs and prayers.

Annie said...

I hope you feel better soon!
You're in my thoughts.

Lee Lee said...

G'day Alyson,
I have been reading over your previous entries, it's been an interesting read for me. I am pretty new to all of this .... only got a diagnosis last November. I am finding tat reading blogs is helping me get a better understanding of whats happening to me etc, so thanks for writing. I have also been inspired to start writing myself. Please check out my blog and pass it on to anyone who may be interested.

http://www.cfsngay.blogspot.com/


Cheers!!

Renee said...

Hang in there Alyson. Look forward to more posts when you are able...until then....wishing you plenty of rest and healing.

Sue Jackson said...

Don't worry about it, Alyson. We'll all be here waiting for you, whenever you have time and energy to write.

Hope things ease up for you soon. I am so glad it's March - this has been a terrible winter for me (and for you, too, I know). Let's hope spring is better for all of us!

Sue

Robyn said...

Like Jo said, we'll be here when you get back. We've all been through it, and it sucks. Just take care of yourself hun! You're definitely in my thoughts and prayers this week.

ChrisMooney78 said...

Hang in there! You'll be back to the blogging soon....

Toni said...

Hi Alyson. I hope you're doing a bit better even if you're not blogging. We're all thinking of you.

Laurel said...

Hi, Alyson. Just wanted to let you know you are still in my thoughts. Hope you are hanging in there!

Anonymous said...

Treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome is on www.cfids.info

Eve said...

I hope you are doing better, my thoughts are with you! A foremost expert on CFS, Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, has just put out a new book called Beat Sugar Addiction Now: http://endfatigue.com/. It is written in a simple style and outlines his easy to follow, multi-step plan. He begins by identifying 4 main types of sugar addicts and then outlines a specific plan for each type of addict to follow. He explains how sugar plays into the problems suffered by each kind of addict and goes into detail when clearly and succinctly explaining how to beat the cravings. While Teitelbaum does not provide recipes or meal plans, he does give guidelines for healthy eating and lists of recommended foods as well as the glycemic index for many common foods.This book would probably be helpful not only to people attempting to lose weight, but also to those with illnesses such as Type II Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, just to name a few. Though Teitelbaum is a medical doctor and is clearly coming from a medical background, he writes in layman's terms and creates a book that will be easily understood by most people.

upnorth said...

Hi Alyson,
Just stopped by to say hello. I hope you're doing OK.

Forgetful Girl said...

Hi Alyson! I hope you are okay. Just wanted to stop bye and say hi and aslo to let you know I've changed my blog address. It is now: http://forgetfulgirlblog.blogspot.com/

alyson said...

Thank you, everyone, for your support!

Julie said...

Hi Alyson,
Hope your feeling better, keep positive!

As a fellow sufferer of CFS/ME for the past twelve months, I can empathise with your situation totally. I find sharing my experiences with others helps me feel less isolated and gives me something positive to focus on. To this end, with my family's assistance, we have started our own site. If you visit on the attatched link http://dld.bz/mBZq and like what we are trying to achieve, you might consider exchanging your HTML banner code or your URL so we can advertise on each others sites and hopefully spread the word to a greater audience.
Julie x