Helping women with chronic illnesses

Overload Mode

If anyone is are wondering why I have not been writing more frequent posts lately, I am trying very hard to get caught up. I am officially in overload mode. It has been difficult for me to write as often as I would like lately, as I have mentioned previously. It’s certainly not for lack of ideas. (It has been very frustrating to not be able to post as frequently as I normally do). I just haven’t had the time or energy to post before now. Between health issues, a very stressful time in my personal life, time spent keeping in touch with fellow chronic illness patients on Facebook, and a great deal of time connecting 1:1 “off the blog” with fellow patients recently, I haven’t been posting as often as I would like.

Sunday, I had a severe allergic reaction to something. The antihistamine I took for bad hives and intense itching took care of the allergic reaction swiftly but has thrown me for a loop with terrible dizziness and other symptoms since. I just wanted to let people know that I am trying to get caught up and into a more frequent schedule for posts as soon as possible. Thank you very much for your patience and support.

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1 AmandaNo Gravatar { 08.31.10 at 10:44 am }

You know that your readers will understand… take good care of yourself, Jeanne xx
.-= Amanda´s last blog ..Endometriosis and Trying to Conceive =-.

2 ShaunaNo Gravatar { 08.31.10 at 4:55 pm }

Jeanne sweetie,

You are greatly loved and I more than understand, as Amanda said, your readers will understand. It’s amazing that any of us ‘Chronic’ Bloggers find the time to write as much as we do!
Please take care and rest…..and as always with…
Gentle Hugs——-<3

3 JeanneNo Gravatar { 08.31.10 at 8:00 pm }


Somehow, I can’t help but get incredibly frustrated when I can’t “keep up” with my own “normal” pace… even if I do know people will understand. My blogging pace lately has just been so much slower than what I’m used to.

Hopefully readers here will take a moment to check out your first installment of:

Endometriosis – the ‘invisible’ illness

… your new series on iVillage UK… about trying to conceive/endometriosis! Congratulations on becoming a published columnist!


Thank you for the kind words. Yes, I know people understand. It’s still frustrating, though. You’re right. It really is amazing. 😉



4 JennNo Gravatar { 08.31.10 at 11:02 pm }

Hi Jeanne,

I hope you can return to a pace you are more comfortable with soon.

Take good care of you,

5 JeanneNo Gravatar { 08.31.10 at 11:42 pm }

Hi Jenn,

Me too. 😉

Thank you. Good luck with your appeal!


6 RellacafaNo Gravatar { 09.03.10 at 6:13 am }

I am sorry to read about the new side effects, as if you needed any more problems!! Sending hugs and hope that things will calm down soon xx
.-= Rellacafa´s last blog ..Empowered To Melt Away A Wicked Wednesday =-.

7 JeanneNo Gravatar { 09.03.10 at 1:55 pm }


I am feeling much better. There were a few days there where I was not doing well at all. However, I am getting back to my “normal”. 😉 Thank you for the positive energy and I hope you are doing well.


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