The end of normalcy and at the beginning of what felt like the end is where this entry starts. It was two-months after my diagnoses. I was confused and angry. I didn’t know what to do or what to expect. I just knew that life wouldn’t be the same. Looking back at my 20-year-old self, I wishContinue reading “A Distant and Almost Sweet Memory”
I’m not sure what to write about. I can’t focus on anything right now. It might be the fact that I need to eat breakfast. Letting my sugar go down might not be a good thing. I have a big day ahead of me! Today we’re having a surprise party for someone very special. I can’t riskContinue reading “Monday Reflections: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary”
It’s Friday once again! I am really looking forward to the weekend. It’s been a busy week and I am in need of some good rest. It’s been 116 days after my surgery. You’d think my energy would be back to normal, but it isn’t quite there yet. My headaches are increasing, but it isn’tContinue reading “The e-filmmaker Auras”
Last week was an exciting one!
There are so many things to reflect on this past week. With a lot to do and so very little time to write, I’ll let images display what I need to reflect on. After all, pictures are worth a thousand words.
I’m a believer in that the smallest things can make a difference. A dash of purple on a bracelet, a purple rose on a keychain and a note written with purple ink are wonderful gestures. These are but a few of the many things I’ve seen today. These little symbols remind me that I’m notContinue reading “A Purple Support System”
Don’t forget to dress your best, your Purple Best! Tomorrow is Purple Day – Epilepsy Awareness Day. It is a day dedicated to educate one another about epilepsy and support those who struggle with it everyday. Come on! Let’s dress up!
To be yummy or not to be, that is the question.
There isn’t a better way to overcome bright, flashing lights post surgery than at Dave & Busters!
People say when life throws you a curveball, dodge, duck or hit it out of the ballpark. I should have remembered to duck.