You can watch, re-watch, rewind, pause and come back to, fast forward, etc. my “let’s be real about fibro” interview with Melissa of Support Fibro, link at bottom. It was very unusual for me to be the interviewee instead of interviewer.
We covered many topics including the day I was diagnosed; what inspired me to begin my blog; how our family manages with fibro; and why my ears chose that particular hour to be RED.
Melissa is doing an amazing job with a multitude of live interviews during Fibromyalgia Awareness Month.
That said, there are just a few days left to help with our campaign to Fund Fibro! Please consider sharing the link with others, or giving even a few dollars. The swag is excellent.
Interview Link: https://www.facebook.com/100000136920133/posts/2644537998894072?sfns=xmo
Published by Jennifer Coleman
Writer/journalist. Partner. Head over heels Mommy to Junebug, 5 & Rosebud, 7. Feminist. Empath. Health advocate & proud member of the International Support Fibromyalgia Network Team. Charleston born, New Orleanian by choice, New Yorker at heart. Self-taught gourmet cook. I pine for my Mom every day. Life is too serious not to have fun. Feline fanatic. Fiction fiend. Khaleesi of pop culture. Budding gardener. Punny. True Cancer Crab. Fibro warrior since Winter 2018. So much more than a paragraph can sum up: aren't we all? I turned 40 in 2018 and my life as I know it is over. Or, I’m literally 40+. My viewpoint depends on the day. Welcome to 40 & Over.
Some of 40 & Over’s imagery and general mood comes from these lyrics: “I’ve got my ticket for the long way ‘round/The one with the prettiest of views/It’s got mountains, it’s got rivers, it’s got sights to give you shivers/But it sure would be prettier with you” -Anna Kendrick’s Cups/When I’m Gone, from “Pitch Perfect,” which piggybacks on a folk song from the 1930s.
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