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Migraine Pearls or Onions? 10/23/12

Migraines, Running in Circles, and a Pick-Me-Up

FallTreesByWaterGood afternoon to all of my wonderful Migraine and headache friends! I hope everyone is as pain-free as possible and able to enjoy some beautiful fall weather.

Things have been more than a bit busy here, leaving me feeling as if I'm running in circles. In reality, I've been getting a good bit accomplished, but there are times when it doesn't feel like it. In addition to the normal day-to-day things that keep me busy, I've recently had my first experience with attending a meeting on the FDA campus in Silver Spring, Maryland, and will be attending another one next week (more about that in another post). A few weeks ago, it was my great pleausre to attend the Clusterbusters annual conference in Las Vegas and talk with them about advocacy. What a great group of determined, proactive people assembled for that conference! As is usual for this time of year, I'm looking forward to the American Headache Society's Scottsdale Symposium in Arizona next month, but this year, there's an exciting twist. I'll be one of the presenters. Neat!

So, yes, I've been feeling a bit as if I'm running in circles. Yesterday, I was a bit concerned about a good friend who's a fellow Migraineur. Nothing really specific, but feeling as if she could use a bit of a pick-me-up too.

Following this line of thinking, who among us can't use a pick-me-up? That's one way we cope with Migraines after all. Then a great song came to mind. One that always makes me smile and sing along. Lo and behold, I was able to find it on YouTube so I can share it with you.

So this is for all of you, and I hope it makes you smile and want to sing along too!

Live well,



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© Teri Robert, 2012
Last updated October 18, 2012.

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