Sunday thoughts from a Fibromyalgia mind #12

What a beautiful week I have had. It is always lovely to sit drinking my Sunday morning coffee with a smile looking back on the week. 

Yesterday, Oh wow it was amazing! It was a jam-packed wrestling day for myself and my youngest two. I am truly thankful they are part of such a wonderful family at their club. 

It was a much needed beautiful day after a week of exams (S.A.Ts) for my little man. Friday they all had a trip out to the park and were bought ice cream after their exams by the school. It was such a lovely thing to do and acknowledge that they understand the pressure on little people during this time. He came home from school on Friday and fell asleep on the couch, it was so cute seeing him snuggled into a pillow content with his little life. 

My week has been mostly content also with crochet and tea. Not many changes there. 

Mr 18 has been unwell so I have had my partner in crime home with me all week. When your children become older and the apron strings are cut it is strangely nice to have a little reminder now and then that you are Mum and they will always need you. 

I am 45 and always want my Mum when I am unwell so I am blessed my sons are the same. 

Sunday has been beautiful I baked a cake, painted my nails, done some crochet, started making a dress, washed out jam jars to make jam this week. Proud of my day I was, I felt well on track to being Olivia Walton sprinkling my girlie glitter and oestrogen magic all through the Kingdom of Ness then the school uniforms just laughed at me in the wash basket and I swore at them like a Navvie.

Life sends you little reminders that even when you think you are wonderful you are not perfect and that is ok with me, perfect things annoy me. 

I am still happy having a run of a few good days, not sure how long it will last but I have made amazing memories so I am thankful. 

Hope your week has been wonderful and you found lots of reasons to smile at the simple things.

 Love and gentle hugs to you all


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