Monday, 26 October 2015
The other day, I had a fall while doing a little gardening.
When I say "a little", I was closing the door of the garden shed, so the stuff inside wouldn't get wet when I turned on the sprinkler.
I fell into the shed and onto the lawnmower.
I think I've mentioned before that inanimate objects are always lying in wait to attack people with lupus. They attack me more when I'm fatigued and sore.
It turns out, it's not just inanimate objects, it's also natural forces like gravity.
Gravity likes to pull things towards the Earth.
Gravity likes me especially. It just loves to pull me towards the Earth.
So I end up covered in bruises.
It's the result of attacks from inanimate objects, and the love of Gravity, but mostly it's the result of being in a constant fight - with my own body. (That's the nature of an autoimmune disease - I'm always fighting with myself.)