My wife, who was in her 20s, had a history of chronic pain and arthritis and struggled to do anything more than sit in front of a TV, the Washington Post reported.
She was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, which can cause pain and stiffness in joints, and spent her life in pain and constant pain.
When her pain started to fade, she sought medical attention and finally went to an OB-GYN in September, where she had surgery for fibromyalgias and other conditions.
It was then that she noticed the orange curtain around her house.
“I went over and saw her, and it was just so shocking to see the curtains around her,” her husband, Jeff, told the Post.
The curtains are part of the national trend to have curtains that can be pulled back when not in use.
But for some people, it may not be the most flattering view.
The Post said many people have found the curtains to be a bit of a distraction.
Some people find the curtains uncomfortable, but they also find it makes it more difficult to do their jobs and feel safe.
But the curtains are designed to keep people out of the bedroom, the Post reported, so it seems unlikely that they are causing a lot of harm.
“People are just not going to be able to use them as much, but people are going to have a more comfortable life in a bedroom,” said Jeff.
I guess if you’ve got a family of five and your husband has to go to the bathroom and you’re wearing a curtain, you’d rather have the curtains up, right?