Friday, June 27, 2008

The Spoon Story

This makes perfect sense to me and explains how I feel on most days. I wanted to share The Spoon Story with family and friends. Some days I have 100 spoons and other days I am lucky to have 3 spoons. Anyone going through a "silent" disease will understand this.

4 comments:

Kelly said...

Wow...I know we talk alot and you've told me a little about what you go through, but this really made it clearer for me. You are SO strong.

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Julie said...

Thanks for sharing this with me. It is such a good way to explain how life is for us folks with illnesses that alter our lives, yet we don't appear to be sick. Good luck at MUSC.

Vicky said...

Julie, I thought of you when I was reading this. I know that you know exactly what it is like since you have a "silent" disease too. It is hard to explain what it is like.

I also thought of other family members who suffer from diabetes. I know when my mom's sugar is up...she has a hard time concentrating and is fatigued too.