Wow! I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since I last blogged. I know we’re in November but I wanted to get a head-start on the goals I hope to accomplish next year. I love to hike, walk, chase waterfalls, go to the beach, camping, thrill seeking, etc. Goals are in no particular order.
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1: Continue THERAPY (PRIORITY)
2: Visit the GRAND CANYON
3: Visit AMICALOLA FALLS STATE PARK, GEORGIA (Excellent blog post)
4: COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY (This really matters and I need to stop pretending that it doesn’t. I worked hard at getting my degree)
5: Blog more (Writing is something I’ve always loved to do)
6: Learn to play the PIANO (I found a decent piano, for beginners, from Amazon (PIANO). I can teach myself to play. Private lessons are expensive.)
7: Promote my book (Ways to PROMOTE your book)
8: Eat HEALTHY MEALS and EXCERISE more. (PRIORITY)
9: Start a RAISED BED GARDEN.
Continue reading “Goals For The New Year; 2023”
I started feeling a little defeated dealing with this shoulder injury. I haven’t had a good nights sleep in days. The pain and weakness in my shoulder really sucks. I’ve been feeling angry, sad, frustrated and I’ve shed a few tears. The pain seems to be more intense at night and interesting enough when I learned more about shoulder impingement, the pain is worse at night. It’s suggested that you sleep on your back and I’m so not a back sleeper, but if it’ll help with the pain, then that’s what I’m going to try.
I would take the pain I had from my hysterectomy over this because that’s how bad the pain has been. I hate not being able to go to my gym to workout and then add in my other medical issues…..mentally, spiritually and emotionally, I was feeling defeated. Thinking to myself that I really must be a horrible person to keep going through shit.
Continue reading “Giving Up Is Not An Option…”
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I’ve been trying to complete my degree, well since forever. There has been one thing after another that would force me to take a leave of absence. Those would eventually run out and I’d end up having to withdraw. Last year it was due to complications after having my hysterectomy.
I decided to re-enroll because at this point in time, I have the opportunity to really focus on my studies. I know I cant predict when something may happen but it’s a bridge I will cross once I get to it. Continue reading “Back To School”