Loving “Moments” Of My Chronic Illness Life

I would have thought that being disabled, and housebound, life would go slowly. I'd have thought each day would drag and each hour would leave me wondering how to fill my time. Ha...How Wrong Was I !! How is it days, weeks, months and even years keep speeding by? What have I done to make … Continue reading Loving “Moments” Of My Chronic Illness Life

Happy 5th Stomaversary to Rudolph and Me!

I can't believe on the 11th November my beloved stoma, affectionately called Rudolph, is turning 5! For those of you without a stoma it may seem a strange thing to celebrate. While it was life changing, it was also life saving and I will be forever grateful for the day of my stoma surgery. Something … Continue reading Happy 5th Stomaversary to Rudolph and Me!

A Cheerful Approach To A Chronic Situation

  A cheerful look brings joy to the heart, and good news health to the bones. Proverbs 15:30 It's a gorgeous morning. The sun is shining, the birds are singing. I can hear children playing in the local schoolyard and a cool gentle breeze is blowing through my bedroom window. I'm resting on my bed … Continue reading A Cheerful Approach To A Chronic Situation

The Next “Leg” of My Journey

It's nearly 3 years since my left femur snapped in two. Those first two years I can barely remember. It's a blur of surgery after surgery, hospital stay after hospital stay, recovery after recovery. Actually recovery is probably the wrong word because I haven't recovered. My left femur is still broken. It's officially diagnosed as … Continue reading The Next “Leg” of My Journey