It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

For those of you who know me well you will know that I adore Christmas. The past few Christmases have been interesting to say the least with my stoma creation (Rudolph had to feature 😊) , my broken leg, bone disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis. This year is not disappointing in the challenging Christmas stakes. My … Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Stoic by nature…..just not for a moment!

I was once called "Stoic" by my boss when I was working because of the way I got on with my chronic health issues without fuss & was always cheerful, smiling & putting others first. I kept working full time with that stoic attitude & nature until my body physically would no longer let me. … Continue reading Stoic by nature…..just not for a moment!

I have a Cricket Ball on my face….according to my husband!! Thankyou Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

Yesterday was my visit to the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon for debridement surgery. Back a few posts and you'll remember that a tooth extract last year turned into a complicated surgery as my tooth had fused to the jaw bone and it was all infected with an abscess. 8 months on and fragments of bone … Continue reading I have a Cricket Ball on my face….according to my husband!! Thankyou Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

Disabled Decor ~ A nice house is still possible with a bit of creative thinking!

One of the things I have always loved is Interior Decorating. After working crazy hours, when I was able to work, I would like nothing better than to spend the weekend at home creating new looks around the house with soft furnishings. My favourite style is French Provencal with a bit of the Hamptons style … Continue reading Disabled Decor ~ A nice house is still possible with a bit of creative thinking!