Tag Archives: Stroke

12th Day of Christmas

On the twelfth day of Christmas I did little more than rest. It’s been an odd week. I think I’m still recovering from overdoing it on Thursday. Today was another one of those days when half my body was on … Continue reading

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10th Day of Christmas

On the tenth day of Christmas I had an old friend visit me for lunch. We chatted for ages and I was reminded of my library days. It was lovely to reminisce. I often miss working in libraries. It will … Continue reading

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8th Day of Christmas

On the eighth day of Christmas I didn’t do very much at all. We went out for another Pokescoot along the waterfront this afternoon. I had spent a large portion of the day lying in bed. I experienced a strange … Continue reading

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3rd Day of Christmas

On the third day of Christmas I survived a day that might otherwise have done me great damage. My greatest challenge since having my stroke is fatigue. Sure, the other symptoms are no picnic (can’t walk, can’t hold a pen, … Continue reading

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2nd Day of Christmas

On the second day of Christmas we had a family day. For so long now I have not been able to participate in family activities like I did before I had my stroke. There was a time when going to … Continue reading

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Dropping the veil

Some may say I overshare on social media but recently I’ve been a bit more reserved…certainly when it comes to some aspects of my life. I’ve decided to drop the veil a bit and share some of what has been … Continue reading

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Lessons in success

I used to think a successful day was one where I’d changed the lives of my clients by empowering them and blowing their minds with kick-ass information literacy skills. Getting a large group of highly qualified medical professionals to learn … Continue reading

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