By all means necessary I try to pull it together daily for the most part! I’m pretty good at ignoring the pain. Lately though I’ve not been able to breathe, which is something I can’t ignore. For the last three winters it has been torture, and it is gradually getting worse. We thought it was … Continue reading My Visit to the Asthma Specialist
I remember sitting in my therapist’ office during one of our first visits together and we were diving deep into my past. When we were done, she sat back and said words that I'll never forget. “Wow Evie, looking at you today you would never know that you went through all that”. She went on … Continue reading Seeing Others As They Are
The holidays are upon us! With Thanksgiving right around the corner it feels like it’s the time to bulk up and prepare for the days ahead of fighting long lines, moody people, spending too much money and fighting the stress of it all! What happened to the days of holidays that focused on love, laughter, … Continue reading It’s Holiday Giveaway Time!
Part 2 - The Day Has Arrived So now we have arrived on the day of my in person visit with the new cardiologist. I had time to work myself up with worry, having a list of fears running through my head about: Getting to the appointmentNot knowing where to go in the hospital once … Continue reading My Visit to the New Cardiologist – Part 2
I had planned a trip to a friend’s house that would last two weeks. Those two weeks I planned to use for some work, yes,but also for friendship and fun. So there I was, on my bed, getting ready to pack. I honestly didn’t know what to pack. What outfits did I want to do a shootin? I decided on an “authentic Evie” and packed the “shoot” bags full of t-shirts and a couple … Continue reading Period Drama or Drama Period
This has been brewing in my brain for most of the last 100plus days that I have been in isolation from the world hiding from a virus that would more than likely kill me. How can you be so selfish? Yes, you fellow American. I am pointing at you. Ask yourself the following: Have you … Continue reading Fed Up – COVID-19 Addition
Many of us have lived a life of fear. I know I most certainly have. I was raised to fear death, the unknown, people different than I was, anything that could make me stand out and the list goes on. I have since overcome most of that and rose above. I was young when I … Continue reading Overcoming Fear