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 ūüėä) , 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!

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!

Rudolph and Rosie

Having a stoma requires a change of life and a change of mindset.¬†Accepting that you now have to manage a normal bodily function a little differently is half the battle. For many people that can be an extremely difficult leap as they may have received their stoma in an emergency situation due to severe diverticulitis … Continue reading Rudolph and Rosie