Whatever you do you have to keep moving and never ever give up…

Hello! It has been so long since I have posted a blog on here, and I am gearing up to updating you all with my current medical ‘status’ soon I promise! It is not that I haven’t had anything to update you with, it is the complete opposite! It has been one crazy ride this past 6 months and I haven’t known where to start to put this experience into words, or really had the mentally capacity to do so! My body right now is beyond complicated!

This is just a brief post as I start a new week with some new positive thinking as I try and keep myself and others going through whatever battle they also may be facing…

I have come to realise that success isn’t measured by just what you accomplish in life, but also how you can inspire and support others. I will keep fighting this battle, not only for myself but for all of you who suffer too. Wether this be from Lyme Disease or another chronic, debilitating and often invisible illness. I want to inspire and motivate people to hang on that bit longer, to fight that much harder and to become mentally stronger when you feel at your weakest. I want to hear someone say ‘because of you I didn’t give up’. Keep believing anything is possible and whatever you do never ever give up hope.

I love this quote by Martin Luther King:

‘If you can’t fly then run.

If you can’t run then walk.

If you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving.”

Right now I would be lying if I didn’t say I feel physically and mentally knocked down by this illness, but I’m trying to move with it and keep changing my perspective. I am just in a new and temporary position/situation, I will take it lying down (literally), but I will roll over and look at the stars until the next phase begins. I’ll do my best to find a positive in all these challenging situations and I WILL get through these days. They are the stepping stones to my future, my destiny and to better health. I can still breathe, see and laugh. I can feel loved by my family and friends and although I can’t currently dance with my feet, I can still dance in my dreams, and thats something right?

I’ll be back soon with info on my treatment and until then remember to make the most of everyday, make it count and remember life isn’t what comes to you, its what you bring to it.

Much love always, Chantelle  xXx

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