Bigger isn't always better in life. I'm not talking about weight size or the size of your bank balance or home, I'm talking about bigger bones. If you research bone disease on "Dr Google" you'll find copious amounts of information about Osteoporosis, low bone density and the importance of having good healthy bones. Try researching high … Continue reading Bigger Isn’t Always Better In Life
I love life's little challenges. I love problem solving and turning obstacles into opportunities. I love putting positive spins on what would otherwise be a very negative situation. I've done that all my life, both in my personal life and my working life. So, chronic disease really wasn't going to change that about me. It's … Continue reading When All Else Fails….Just Cancel The Day
A while ago I took the plunge and made a hairdressers appointment to get a shorter cut. Sounds pretty normal doesn't it but for me it was huge! Over the past 5 years, since my leg broke and following each major surgery, my hair has been breaking off in chunks. Not sure if it's gone … Continue reading Hair Loss….It Does Matter, Even If It Doesn’t!!
That moment when the focus shifts to the possible, rather than looking at the impossible, is a life changing moment. It's the moment a cheerful heart has room to emerge.
When we think of friendship, we usually think of the people in our lives who have seen us through thick and thin. The people who we have perhaps grown up with, gone to school or university with, travelled with, played sports with or worked with for years. We think of the people who we expect … Continue reading True Friends In Unexpected Places
I have sung all my life. School Choirs, Church Choirs, solos. Music and singing have been like food and water to me. They feed my soul. Over the past few years I have longed to sing with the energy and delight I used to sing with. My bone disease, pain and constant surgeries, have left … Continue reading How Can I Keep From Singing
Many people with Chronic Illness require full time Carers. Often that role is filled by loved ones. Our husbands, wives, life partners, siblings, parents, children, even grandparents. Watching a loved one suffer is just so confronting. No one wants to see someone writhing in pain or watch the person they're caring for lose their ability … Continue reading Caring For the Carer…..It’s Not All About Us.