I don't expect many people to watch this as it is 9 minutes long.
But if you want to know more about ME/CFS - this is a really striking video that can help others understand the variety of pain and the stigma we are facing. The last part gets a bit preachy, but it is still understandable depending on the severity of the illness.
Since that is depressing, I will make the rest of the post more amusing.
Images from ffffound.com
I'm currently trying to fight my way through a massive novel - I Know This Much Is True by Wally Lamb.
It's almost too heavy to hold up and flip the pages, but the content is making it worth my while. Sadly, I sometimes get fog and can't remember what I read on the last few pages, but I'm sure it will all come together in the end. It really hits home with what families go through when a family member is severely mentally ill (assuming your family is moderately dysfunctional and abusive...).
I'm thinking I need a project. Something to make me convinced that getting out of bed in the morning is a good thing. This blog is the only thing I accomplish. Anyone have any good ideas?