Sunday, 17 July 2016



Recently I have been touched and moved by so many heartbreaking stories of those with M.E. who have lost so much because of this illness. 

This illness steals our lives, what we once had and what could have been. 

M.E. does not discriminate and can affect anyone at any time in their life. 

M.E. affects women, men and children at all ages, cultures and socio-economic backgrounds.  However, women are more likely to acquire the condition

I at least I have lived about half of my life before being struck down by this dreadful illness. 

But I often miss those things that I used to enjoy and can no longer do. 

I wonder what my life would have been like if I had carried on the same track. 

It's so much worse for the young who become ill. They haven't even had a chance to live a life and do the things that they want or dream about. Their freedom and choice is stolen.  

So many lives are stolen 


You've stolen my life
What once used to be me
You've stolen my life
To choose and to be free 
You've stolen my life
And what could have been me 

What has been stolen from you? 

A bientot 
From the French Femme