Sunday, December 23, 2007

Greetings of the season

Dear readers,
if there are any of you left (?!) excuse me for letting this blog slow to almost a halt.

The Mickel Therapy has helped me beyond my meagre expectations this year, and yet there are still times that I find it profoundly challenging. I won't dissect it all here, but perhaps that is why I am hiding from the blog - the second half of the race is still difficult for me, and I am doing the best I can, behind the scenes. Perhaps I'm too good at getting in my own way (?!)

Next year will bring changes and I will update as plans unfold. Maybe I will try to update at the end of each month, so people know when to check.

Apologies for not sending off any Christmas cards and it was good to receive a few. Next year, I'll get on the case. Here's a link to an animated card site that my nieces love. You can see free preview cards with lovely animation.

Happy Christmas - may you find yourself in the woolly jumper of contentment and the pantaloons of peace.



Mo said...

Happy Christmas to you too, Ciara. May 2008 see a continuation in your progress and bring you wonderful things. Look forward to hearing about it.

Rachel Fox said...

Happy New Year. May 2008 be a great year for you.

Simon said...

I came across your blog completely by accident. As a fellow ME sufferer can I simply say

Dr. Hyde is a legend in the ME community. I am now seeing a Dr. Julia Newton at the Royal Victoria Infirmary. Many ME people have POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia) which can be treated.

Nice blog!!


Sue Jackson said...

Hi, Ciara -

I, too, have been neglecting my blog and falling behind, probably because I am able to get up and do more these days. Glad to hear that you're doing well and have found something that helps! Happy New Year -


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