This is just a short one to announce that my blog is now part of the Chronic Illness Bloggers Network. 🙂 I’m thrilled to be part of this community and very excited for the opportunities that it might bring. What does it mean for you, dear reader? Well… you might notice the Chronic Illness Bloggers… Continue reading Announcement!
This week I completed my most recent painting. I decided to continue my theme of painting my interpretation of my symptoms. I started off my artistic career by trying to represent how my migraine pain feels, and found that it was fun and therapeutic to do. So, I figured I would keep on trying to represent… Continue reading Art: A Pain in the Arm
This is just a short one to announce the arrival of my newest, little niece! Meet Amélie Anne. 🙂 She arrived on Wednesday, June 21st at 6:45pm (EST). My sister, Kirsten, and her husband, Marc, already have a girl and a boy, so Amélie is their third child. As we live abroad, my husband and… Continue reading A New Niece!
A few years ago, I discovered how much I liked cooking and baking. I know… Shocking! For those who knew me for years, this was a big deal as I was am not a domestic goddess. The opposite in fact. But, yet, I have found that I enjoy the creative fun you can have in the… Continue reading Baking Cakes and Managing Conditions
As I had a couple of doctor appointments this week, I thought I’d simply write an update to catch you all up! On Monday, I saw my GP. One of the things we discussed was my referral to see a neurologist. After my last neurologist appointment, it was agreed that I should be referred to another… Continue reading A Weekly Update- 04-10/06/17
The first time I saw Finding Nemo I instantly saw myself in the character of Dory. Dory is a fish, that while helpful, is extremely forgetful. She is often in her own head and forgets everything after a few seconds. Sounds like me with brain fog! One of her sayings is, “just keep swimming!” In the… Continue reading Art: Just Keep Swimming
Several months ago, my husband decided to put his provisional license to use (the one he’d had since he was a teenager) and start driving lessons. He grew up on the outer edge of London, and didn’t particularly need to drive to get around. When he started working, his job was easily accessible by train,… Continue reading A New Car Equals New Freedom!