As we grow and mature, we stumble through toxic relationships, toxic jobs, toxic family members, toxic self-talk, toxic food for our bodies, toxic chemicals used in our households, and more. But the true beauty comes when we emerge out of the other side of the heaviest parts of that growth.
A sort of love letter to pain — my gratitude to learning strength, grace, and humility.
Let’s throw it back to the early days of blogging with a fun Q&A blog survey to get to know me.
Getting real around here to talk about mental health and coronavirus anxiety.
I’m no spring chicken. The same arthritis that ate up my left hip that finally got replaced hasn’t stopped there… And touring is a lot of work. I’m impressed when I see people like Eric Clapton out there. Gee whiz, Eric, give me a… Continue Reading “No Spring Chicken”
I know it has been quite some time since I have written here, and I wish I could tell you that I have a lot of fun posts coming up for you! However, I will be taking an extended break from this blog… Continue Reading “Staying M.I.A. Just A Tad Longer…”
I have talked a lot about this in the past. When you have chronic illnesses, the difference between visible and invisible illnesses becomes a large part of your interactions with the world around you. It’s a conundrum because you want people to understand what you’re going through, yet you also don’t want it to be the first thing people notice about you.
It’s been a long time since I’ve written a true health update here. However, while a great deal has happened, there are still no answers or conclusions to share with everyone. Maybe that’s why I’ve been avoiding writing about this–I still have so many unanswered questions. But for my own benefit of recording my health status accurately, and to catch us all up to at least where we stand today, it’s important that I share what I know thus far.