I'm very unyogi like because I maybe bragging again 😉 but I want you to read what my yogi sis said about me. As you know I normally write"beautiful and awesome" which can seam to lose it's meaning when said as often as I say but I also tell my wife I love her every day 😉 any way I deviated from my usual remarks and I got this amazing thank you from my yoga sis. So say something nice to someone today and don't worry how it's perceived they may really need to hear it 😉 thank you sis 😘💖💞💕🙏
@Regrann from @sherilin328 - 🙌🏼 WooHoo extra day.
I'm gonna tell you about my day for the bonus. I was up all night w severe nausea, migraine, low BP, chills, reflux, pain and vertigo due to my #gastroparesis. I woke feeling torn btwn staying home from work and jeopardizing my job or go and pretend my world is perfect. I grabbed my phone to call out and I had a message in notification from a dear yogi saying I am his hero due to pushing through after having all my many illnesses AND takin care of disability children for a living. It couldn't have been delivered at a better moment. I decided I will not surrender to my illness and feed its fire. I got dressed and did what I do best. Deal with it. I wanted to take a moment for this special person and all special people who take a moment of their time to lift others. I have no real support ( no family) and manage the best I can. Yet sometimes I do get mentally weak and need an encouraging word. Your words inspired me @yogarob and pushed me when my #illness was winning. I needed it and I thank you!💕✨🙌🏼we needed to share what we wish for our chronic illness. I wish people didn't assume because I look good I feel good. Because I'm strong that I don't need support. And for people to not say these illnesses like #anxiety is all in my head. It's very real and what happens in mind, does happen in body. 🙏🏼👊🏼this is the pose I choose because I feel #empowered and beautiful. It's a struggle yet I feel accomplished , much like my illnesses.