Darkness Creates Depth

Recently I was looking at a painting I’d done the previous day, thinking about adding more color to it, and thought, darkness creates depth, which is true in life, but also in watercolors. When thinking about what to blog about this week that thought kept resonating, and truthfully, I could write in a million different …

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Making Positive Memories Despite Chronic Illness

When it all boils down to it, life is mostly about memories, right? If you’re fortunate, they are what’s left when all is said and done. You may be thinking, I don’t exactly sit around and hyper-analyze memories, or the making of them. I didn’t either, like most people I was too busy making them. …

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Disability Hearing Results

Last week I was sitting in my therapists office explaining to her that while many other people on social media say they are thankful for their illness, I cannot seem to reach that state of being. I've so many emotions with regard to being ill, but thankfulness just isn't one of them. It concerns me …

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Truthful Tuesday

Joining in with the lovely Hannah’s #TruthfulTuesdays on Instagram this week to spread awareness of what daily living with a chronic illness really looks like so I'll keep this blog post short, truthful and to the point. I’m kinda all over the place this week for two reasons. One, over the past week it's come to my …

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‘It is the calm and silent water that drowns a man.’ ~Proverb

Welcome, folks 🙋🏻‍♀️ I was trying not to vent over here on my blog this month, but now it’s bottled up and here it comes, spraying all over the place like a freshly popped bottle of champagne.🍾 Gosh I miss champagne. So, what has me all riled up? I’ll give you one guess… Did you …

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