If you follow me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, you may have noticed that I have not been posting much this week. There is a reason for that. This week I received some news about my health. After having some blood tests and an ultrasound done, I was told by my doctor yesterday that I … Continue reading Positivity Can Overcome Sadness (PCOS)
A bit of an interesting Post. While I am happy without sight, I often like to think about what I would do if I had 20/20 vision, even for a short while. I do experience sadness from time to time about being blind, but I do not let that stop me from living life to … Continue reading A Unique Bucket List
Do you believe you might be a bookaholic? Not sure how to find out? Never fear! Here are 20 signs you might be a bookaholic. You might be a bookaholic if: 1) You want the book to finish but you don't want the book to finish. 2) Your to read pile is almost as tall … Continue reading 20 Signs You Might Be A Bookaholic
There is one day that I will remember for the rest of my life. Because of that day, enclosed spaces scare me. Garages do too. I won’t wear little sleep shorts to bed and I hate anything with strawberry. There are so many things that I could say about that day. I could tell you … Continue reading Me Too
Today, I went to a doctor’s surgery I’ve not been to before as I’ve recently moved. During my appointment with the doctor, several comments were made which left me feeling rather uncomfortable. I left the appointment feeling rather disappointed and must say that I will not be returning. 1. The white cane that I carry … Continue reading It starts with Discussion
Where i've been It's been a while since my last post and I've been wanting to post something for the last few weeks. With moving into a new apartment being the latest thing to keep me busy my time has been limited. While move in day is officially this saturday, i've some time on my … Continue reading Writers block
Do not endanger yourself, your friends and family or those around you in the public by completing a Birdbox challenge video.
Salma Hayek once said. People often say that "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", and I say that the most liberating thing about beauty is realizing that you are the beholder. This empowers us to find beauty in places where others have not dared to look, including inside ourselves.
I am sure many of you are wondering where I've been. Blog posts have been few and far between lately and I'm here to provide an answer to my disappearance. <h3>Where Has She Been? You ask.</h3> I've been rather busy, hunting for and applying for my very own apartment. Yes, that time has come. I … Continue reading A New Beginning.
I remember when the only way you could connect to the Internet was by having a cord connected to the computer. Computers took up half the desk and needed a constant power source to work, it took ages to load a website and our choices for search engines and programs were limited. We could only … Continue reading Remember When
This post is for my sonic. It’s for my light in the dark, my warmth when it’s cold, my strength when I’ve none. I write this for the other half of me who is so many kilometres away yet so close by at the same time. I write this post on the ninth month of … Continue reading For My Love
It's a beautiful brisbane morning. The sun is out, the birds are making their presence known through bird song and not a cloud can be seen in the beautiful blue sky. While sitting down to enjoy my morning coffee I received a call from a friend who was accepting an invite to lunch i had … Continue reading Caneless in wonderland: My Day Without A cane.
There are many people who may have already started their Christmas celebrations. For me it all starts tomorrow. I'd like to take this quiet time i have before all the family fun begins to wish you all a Merry Christmas. I hope you all have a wonderful time with friends and family.