A Castle, A Slow Circuit and Some Cute Dogs

Hi all!

This is a walk I did a few nights ago, I’ve been meaning to add the post for a while now but I haven’t been well, as I’m sure most of you understand. The joys of life with chronic illness!

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A Walk For Jayne

Yesterday I did a sponsored walk with family and friends for a dear friend that passed away a few months ago to pancreatic cancer. I was already flaring but was determined I was going to do it because it meant so much to me.

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Fox Cubs and Deer

Hi all. This is my latest walk from a couple of nights ago, I’m desperately trying to make them more regular, and will keep updating my progress, but fibromyalgia loves to make that difficult. I keep reminding myself that I’m doing my best, and doing all I can. My determination is strong and I will keep plodding along towards my goals.

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How I Came To Love My Mobility Scooter

Having an invisible illness and using mobility aids can be difficult in many ways. It can be hard to come to terms with the fact that you might need these things, and to finally make the decision to use them. On good days I can walk with no aids, but sometimes I need to use my walking stick, and other days I need to use my mobility scooter.

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A walk and a healthy dinner

Hi all. Tonight despite my rather high level of pain, I decided I was determined to go out walking with the dogs and my husband. The app I tested out was great and will be the one I use to document all my walks, and hopefully see my progress.

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An evening walk

Tonight we went for a walk with our two biggest dogs at a country park, I didn’t make the full circuit that I wanted to but I can aim for that. I went as far as I felt I could push myself as my pain was quite high.

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