Goodbye

So it is with a rather heavy heart that I say goodbye to YarnyDoom.  There has been some dramatic changes in my life since I started this site.  The purchase and then loss of our beloved hedgehog Lord Malcom Snufflington.  The wedding plans to separation of me and my former partner and still friend Chip.  Medical issues and discovering the horribleness that is Fibromyalgia.  But I kept it going.

Recently it has become clear to me that my medical conditions will no longer allow me to crochet the way that I used to and this hits almost like a death to me.  I love to crochet but plain and simple my writs and hands just can’t take it.

I know what you are going to say… There are exercises… Why take the site down for that.. Who are you and where have you been in forever… With all of those things considered mostly YarnyDoom just makes me sad now because it is a reminder of all those things lost.  It is time for a new chapter in my life that started with my recent move from New Hampshire to Maryland and I think with that chapter closed so must YarnyDoom end.  For those of you that come back when I am gone Thank you and for the ones that were here again I thank you…

Till we meet again…

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One Response to Goodbye

  1. Christina K. says:

    I also have Fibromyalgia. Have had it for 20 years. I also have what the doctor calls Chronic Pain Syndrome, plus several herniated discs. I learned to crochet about 6 years ago as a way to feel productive. It’s the only thing I can do. It gives me a purpose to my days & life. I love making stuff for others. It also helps with stress. But there are times that I just can’t crochet. Sometimes the fibro fog is too thick. Lol. Exercise is a joke. It works for some, but not for the masses. The doctors just tell people to “move” more because they don’t know what else to tell us. I hope you find solutions to make life more comfortable. Don’t think about what you’ve lost; think about what you can still do. Every little accomplishment is a celebration. Just getting out of bed some days is a huge accomplishment. Enjoy every day fibro does not overpower. You’re not alone.

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