Fatigued Muse

tiredI’m distracted today so I’ll pick up on Satire tomorrow. Days of rain have seeped into my joints and I ache from head to toe. Yeah, that’s just my life. It’s been this way for nearly 41 years. Mostly I think it away…well, not completely away. It’s always there. After so long I’m just used to the pain so mostly ignore it.

The thing that gets  me the most about rheumatoid arthritis is the fatigue. Good lord. There are days where I’m just. so. tired. I could wake up after a full night’s sleep, drink a cup of coffee, and go back to bed. Today is one of those days. There’s nothing to do but see to my pets then surrender to a down blanket. Blah.

Until tomorrow, I have many posts on my other blogs. Find the links on this links page above.




It’s my blog day on the RB4U. I’m talking about the holiday pile-up that started this past weekend. I’m also giving a jump-start on gift giving — how-to’s for a few of my gift projects.


100 Things Blogging Challenge!
For 100 days,
I’m posting a little something from my
002x846qchosen topic of Words & Quotes of Love. There are 37 entries to come. Here’s one for today:

“To love is to admire with the heart: to admire is to love with the mind.”

~ Theophile Gautier


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Find the turkeys. All prizes will go to one winner!


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Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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2 Responses to Fatigued Muse

  1. mikey2ct says:

    You are one of those people that, if I had the power, I would wave my magic wand and at least diminish, if not relieve the pain. However, since I am not Him, I’ll just hope that this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow you feel much better.

    • That’s very sweet of you Mike. Thank you. Like I said, after 40 years I’m used to it. The tiredness is just so complete when it hits me — like a heavy lead blanket. No, I take that back. It’s like THREE heavy lead blankets. That’s what has me whining today. Now off to the sofa for me. I’ll spend the day wrapped in down sipping tea and watching nothing worth watching on TV . 🙂 Thanks again.

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