Well, Eurovision tonight :) so a welcomed break from revision and college work for me YAY!

I lurvvvveeee the Eurovision :) It's my favourite night of the year and I've got my munchies sorted :)

This is just what I need to relax and take a break from the huge amount of revision and college work. I slept for more than 18 hours yesterday, I was awake for 2 hours to go to therapy and then came home and went back to bed. I wasn't sure about the diagnosis of ME, but my word, this isn't just tiredness this is something else. On the positive side, if I'm asleep then I don't feel the pain quite so much so that can only be a good thing!

My wonderful Grandma is back from holiday now, and she's got the girls to give me a welcomed break. I've just got two weeks left at college and then I've finished :) not been an easy year. I've started college, meaning we lose my full time wages, had a stroke, been diagnosed with fibro and CFS, moved house, and of course I am planning to go to uni in just a few months. But I've survived and I'm here to tell the tale!

But one thing, I'm going to have to start putting myself first and take things a bit slower. But hey, we'll see!

Hope everyone is enjoying the sunshine and will be joining me in the fun of Eurovision tonight :)

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  • i LOVE eurovision as well have had a really painful few days have just slept for two hours,totally exhausted but i have 9 days off work now :) sorry you have not had an easy year,and yes i think we should ALL put ourselves first.Gentle hugs and (although i am english) Jedward to win !!!!!!

  • YAY Myagi....a fellow Eurovision friend :)

    Sorry you've had a rough few days, but YAY to 9 days off work. What do you have planned?

    I don't listen to any of the acts before the night :) I like to be surprised :)

  • just chilling a few days out if i am well enough .havent seen all acts,just watched one of the semi finals on tuesday.xxxx

  • AGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhb I cannot imagine anything worse it guarantees to give me earache, but hey those who enjoy....... ENJOY x x x x x x x

  • Good luck with getting your uni place. I'm now coming to the end of my first year of my degree course, just 29 years later than the norm. Lol I've still got two assignments before the end of the year so under pressure as fibro doesn't make life and studying easy!

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