Sannel Larson

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Living With Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Sorry!!

“A true friend 
will follow the trail of your painful and sad tears, 
carefully collect them, 
and return them as tears of joy and laughter.” 
~ Sannel Larson

I must offer my sincerest of apologies for not publishing any post today about " Living with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)"  Unfortunately, I'm not having a good day. Instead, I ask of you to have a moment of caring thoughts and  prayers for Jami Pereira, who is diagnosed with stage four Advanced Adeno Carcinoma of both lungs. Cancer Care for Jami  
You can read about Jami on my blog: Sannel's World of Poetry 
Thank you, 

Hugs and God Bless,



  1. Dear Sannel, I'm sorry you're having such a terrible day but there no need to apologize for it. It seems to me the whole idea of these posts is to educate your readers about what it's like living with Fibromyalgia and CFS. Well, this post and your honesty show us that very well. It makes your point about how difficult it is to live with Fibro and CFS quite eloquently.

    So, please don't apologize. Your friends love and support you whether or not your blog posts appear on time. So, take care of yourself and do it when you can. We'll all still be here!

  2. (Yawn, Stretch, Yawn) Good evening Teach. Or, do you like coach better. Best I ponder, wondering, while knowing - Friend. Rest is a good thing. Babies need bunches of it. Sometimes we re-experience that process of growth as a babe (in Toyland + odd thought). I believe in the power of the sharing here of Jami brings only blessings of those who offer their time reading.

    Actions are a process of just a thought. Who or whom hears that thought or sees it like candy is not hidden, yet is within the vastness of the cosmos, being one and all like the Three Musketeers, really more than four.

    Sleep awaits seeking the morning before the 'break of dawn' with glee of the rising of the sun. Until then a simple poem, an image, then sharing the least seeking, well, nothing, only sharing . . .

    Mitch Summers

  3. Rick, thank you for your caring words and for making me feel less guilty for not posting my usual Tuesday blog post. It's quite frustrating, never being able to plan anything ahead of time. Every time, I have to cancel to my friends and family, I do feel awful. However, it's impossible for me to know how I'll feel in a day, hours or even minutes from now.
    Thank you, my friend for understanding! It means so much to me. Thank you so much for visiting, and especially for the kind words that I won’t forget anytime soon.

  4. Mitch, yes rest is good, but it feels like it's all I'm doing here in life. Resting!
    Let's pray and keep Jami in out thoughts, my dear friend.
    Thank you for your visit, and words of wisdom to ponder upon.

  5. Dear Sannel,

    Your friendship haiga is breathtakingly beautiful.

    True friends are with us through the tears of pain and sorrow and the tears of joy and happiness.

    I admire your strength, courage and grace. I can only imagine the pain you and others living with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have to deal with on a daily basis.

    Sending my prayers and hugs. :)

    Happy Easter

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  7. Susan, thank you for your beautiful and thoughtful words. I'm blessed having loyal followers and friends such as yourself in my life.
    I hope your Easter was lovely.
    God Bless and Hugs :-)

  8. Steve, thank you for taking time to visit. I'll be visiting your blog real soon :-)

  9. When I was first diagnosed with cfids in 1995, I refused to accept the medical doctor's information of "there is no cure." Not only is there a cure, but the symptoms can be calmed and treated while the cure is being implemented...all without dangerous pharmaceutical drugs. I wanted to kill myself many times, or did not care if I died while I was suffering from that wretched disease. Anyone interested, can check out my story, and learn how to heal and be free of that nightmare by clicking on the links below to my Blogsite.

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  10. Hello Alethea! I'm really sorry, being so late with my reply. Somehow, I missed this one. I'm so excited to hear those encouraging news. I'll definitely visit your Blog site, and find out for myself. I'm so happy to hear from someone who are healed and free from fatigue and exhaustion. It would be a dream come true! Thank you for your visit and for sharing your promising words.


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