Happy Monday y’all!
You wouldn’t happen to have any honey, would you? If you do, you might want to hide it! Especially when a small, brown bear “all stuffed with fluff” comes sniffing around your neighborhood! Who could I be talking about? Pooh of course! Winnie, the Pooh that is! Out of all of the Hundred Acre Wood characters, who is your favorite? I was always partial to Pooh bear. I believe it’s because of his childlike wonder that attracts me to him. He’s also cute a button! Towards the beginning of this month, I stumbled upon thesoccermomblog.com. Most of last year, I followed several awareness sites. While those websites are great and informative, Stacey’s site is so inspiring! I wish I had some up with this idea! By taking ordinary days, she turns them into unique family-oriented celebrations. These celebrations help reinforce important life lessons and (in this case) teach about a famous author. Jan. 18this A.A. Milne’s birthday! In honor of Mr. Milne’s birthday, Jan. 18th has officially become National Winnie The Pooh Day. How much cool is that?
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Of all the characters in the hundred-acre wood, Winnie is the one who is always forgetting things. Thinking about Pooh bear helps cheer me up and gets me through my fogs a little easier. Quite often I like to refer to them as my “Pooh days.” There’s also something about Winnie that makes you want to snuggle with him forever. Did you know that January 21st is National Hugging Day? Personally, I could not think of any toy better than a fluffy ol’ bear to cuddle with. As I conclude my last Mindful Monday, I wanted to send a big warm, gentle hug to everyone! I have loved getting to know y’all know through Fibro Connect.
Did you grow up with Winnie the Pooh, too? What comforts you during Fibro fog moments? Let me know your thoughts in the comments down below! Please continue to stay safe purple butterflies! Thank you for taking the time to read my blog today! If you’re enjoying my blogs, why not subscribe to my website? My blogs will go straight to your email. It’s free to sign up! Tell your friends! Tell your friends to tell their friends!
Till next time! Be well!
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Rachel Barclift, has been suffering from Fibromyalgia for many years. She went to the doctor, never finding any answers for years. She went to one doctor who told her the pain was all in her head. In 2011, she finally found a doctor that believed her! She was officially diagnosed by her rheumatologist and she was so relieved! She writes blogs in hopes to help others find positivity.