Time for some positivity in all this mess, right?
Warning: I fell asleep like 6 times while writing this, pardon grammatical errors.
In the past, I'm not one to air my relationship stuff online, much. But I also am in a place in my life where I desire to be more open and transparent. I also want to raise awareness of "spoonie life" and how chronic illness affects every aspect of a persons life. And then consider when two parts of a couple are struggling with it! Ah, I digress.
My point is this, my wife shows me she loves me in different ways. Some women get flowers as get well presents. Not me🤓
When I got home on Sunday, Dani had gotten me this fidget gadget. Due to the Babesia and Bartonella living in my brain, it's triggered LOTS of minor issues I had before and made them major. So, I need to fidget.
Pictured on the third image of this post: Back in April, Dani got me the fidget gadget to use when I'm in Drs appointments- no noise and not likely to drop. I also love to use it during conversations and watching tv. She also got me a pink elephant to hug at night because I was living at my parents from April until this past week. Such a long separation! It was the best gift to have that to hold. She also got me a wonderful cane with a gripper and pretty pattern! It's perfect, as I do fall occasionally and have ataxia/vertigo.
And last but not least, the actual reason for this post, was when I got home on Monday, I was presented with this new fidgeter as seen on figure one and two! I love this one just as much and it's going to be so handy. **additionally, not pictured, she got me a maroon (on clearance)sweater to wear during my long infusions since I'm always cold and it wouldn't show if I get blood on it 😂😂😂!! Love her and her thrifty nature! To me, it's the thoughtfulness that matters and melts my heart. ❤️❤️❤️❤️ again, sorry for the rambling! Half asleep! 😴