Feel Good Fridays

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Well, here we are. It’s Friday!

On my drive to work today, I thought I had to fart.  Um…nope.  I sharted.  What? I SHARTED!  In my dress, driving 65 on the freeway…

I really should have known better.  My stomach hasn’t been right since yesterday: multiple trips to the bathroom with the squirts, including this morning.  But…I was SO sure!!!

What did I do?  Well, first I scrambled for a small shop cloth in the back of the Jeep and shoved it where it needed to go…all without crashing into the car in front of me or weaving out of my lane.  Then I immediately canceled my plans to pick up a bagel on my way to work. I just needed to get to the office and run to the bathroom and take care of things!

And as I drove, all I could do was laugh.  Loud and alone, I couldn’t stop cackling.  I was nearly in tears I laughed so much.  And it took away the catastrophic trauma I had just put myself through. So, 15 minutes later I arrived and found that it wasn’t nearly as bad as I had imagined. (I’ll burn that shop cloth later)

Which inspires today’s quote:

“Humor can make a serious difference. In the workplace, at home, in all areas of life – looking for a reason to laugh is necessary. A sense of humor helps us to get through the dull times, cope with the difficult times, enjoy the good times and manage the scary times.”  ― Steve Goodier

I hope that you had just a good a laugh as I did.  And are able to find the humor in all things you face that aren’t so funny.

Happy weekend!  Love, Lisa

Blogs I updated this week:

Endo & Liver Function – added a 2018 study of a woman with endometriosis found on her liver.

Have You Seen the Endometriosis Commercials on TV – added a link to the new Endo commercial and updated the info about FDA approval of Abbvie’s new drug

Feel Good Friday!

Paper dolls holding hands

We made it to another Friday! And that means…Feel Good FRIDAY!

Today’s quote is by Steve Goodier, a blogger and newspaper columnist:

“None of us lives in isolation. We’re in it together. And some conflict along the way is inevitable. But our highest priority, when all is said and done, has to be commitment to each other –- sticking together.”

Tomorrow, Saturday, March 28, 2015, is a day full of walks and marches of women with Endometriosis and their friends & family coming together, supporting each other, and understanding that they are not alone.  It is a day of unity. A day of strength.

I’d like to see this “day” become a constant way of life.  Not just for Endo Sufferers, but for all of us.  May we all be able to “stick together” with those that truly matter in our lives.  Overcome differences, challenges, and disagreements.

You are not alone. We are not alone.

Have a wonderful weekend!!!!  I know I will!

Yours, Lisa