May 2020 Facebook Blog.

    Well thats another month of lockdown gone. At least now we have a flicker of light at the end of the tunnel. Hopefully the new measures will bring back some form of normality into our lifes. Still a long way off from a coffee and cake with friends but that will come. Please continue to follow the Government guidelines and social distancing rules. Wonder how the New Normal will turn out and affect us.  Its sad to hear of some Covid-19 patients are still struggling with symptoms of fatigue. The only positive is that this may bring in more funding for research into ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia. STAR OF

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January 2020 Facebook Blog.

                                                            January Birth Flower – Carnation. Devotion,Loyalty and Love.                                                                 January Birth Stone – Garnet. Believed to bring the wearer good health, wealth and happiness.   January Named After Janus The month of January is named after the Roman god of doors, Janus, because this month is the door into

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December 2019 Facebook Blog.

                              Craig Woods – Castle Loch, Lochmaben                  John Bell – Site of Original Dumfries College, Heathhall                                Paul Thompson – Dalbeattie Forest. Well, here we are once again, about to start another year and a new decade. We can only wonder what the future holds for all us ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia sufferers.  With so many studies going on, I wonder how far we will get in the next decade to better understand both conditions.

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November 2019 Facebook Blog

So here it is, Merry Xmas. Everybody`s having fun. Look to the future now. It`s only just begun. On a serious note this can also be a very difficult and painful time for all  sufferers. If you have any experiences or tips you`d like to share just add it via the blog or the Facebook page. We need to say a big thank you to Paul and his Iris folding at the last meeting. It was enjoyed by all and everyone got their own handmade card to take home. Hopefully in the future Paul would be kind enough to do it again. If you have a hobby or craft you

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