Survived the Winter – Living Bi-Polar It is almost April, and I made it through the winter without going into the depths of the darkness
I would like to share a few things that I’ve learned in the last few months that have taken this beginner blogger from only a couple of viewers a day (my friends and family) to almost now 10,000 views on my blog in six months time.
I’ve been living with fibromyalgia, chronic migraines, diverticulitis, and recently discovered celiac disease now for over 47 years. I’ve now come to the conclusion my family
As I struggle to write painful words of painful times that I must write to heal, I try to remember. I wonder if I am
While taking my tour of the Palace of Versailles and wondering exactly where Claire was walking in “Outlander” when she had her meeting with the
Okay, let’s see what has Mom so interested in this thing. Oh, here’s some other dogs on the computer, maybe I should start a blog
You know, if truth be told, I would go to work, do my job, try not to bring it home with me at night. I am
It’s starting to get dark earlier I noticed last night, something I fear is approaching quickly. My demons are lurking just around the corner. I never thought I was afraid of the dark,
Join me and Let’s imagine what history could tell us if they could be here and blog for us. Who would you like to see blogging now?
I’m a baby-boomer learning millennial skills now, I’m learning how to blog, what blogging is all about, how communication has changed.
Netdancer has been quiet, she has been contemplating the future of her site, she has contemplated her own future. She has lost her passion for freelance