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Chiari Journey - His love prevails every fall!

I deliberately haven’t written in a while because I have been a little low and I have been preparing my home (e.g. labelling kitchen cupboards, filing, getting documents in order etc.) for when I get a date to go in for the surgery.  1,025 more words

Here a train, there a train

Today was physical therapy. The exercises made me cry. My PT is a good dude so that helps, but goddamn I need some hardcore cuddling. I have to elevate my foot, or else it swells, turns purple, and hurts like a motherfucker. 281 more words

Health Problems

Chiari Journey - Update

Yesterday morning I woke up with a niggling to call the hospital to find out where I was on the waiting list. When I called, it turns out that somebody had discharged me and taken me off the waiting list completely (what was strange is that I was discharged on the 25th May when I saw the doctors on the 28th of May so that made no sense… even to the secretary’s). 86 more words

Chiari Journey - Turn to God

‘Turn from your sins and turn to God, because the Kingdom of Heaven is near.’ (Matthew 4:17)

Chiari Journey - Crowned For Glory

When I first found out about my condition, a friend of mine suggested writing a blog to keep everyone informed. Although I thought it was an excellent idea, I pondered on it for a while because I wasn’t a blog reader and therefore didn’t know how it worked. 343 more words

The Saxon Alternative - Telemann: Music for Wind Band

The Saxon Alternative – Telemann: Music for Wind Band
Resonus Classics RES10154. 62’04

Overtures TWV 44:7, 55:c3; 44:2; 55:B3; 44:14

The sound of the Baroque wind band was (and still is) more often heard on the continent than in the UK, so this CD from Syrinx is a refreshing reminder of just how attractive baroque wind instruments can be.  408 more words

CD Reviews

Chiari Journey - Amazing Grace

On friday night I attended a Women’s conference with a few girl friends from Albany Hills Christian church. The topic that night was HOPE.

There were three very encouraging speakers, two of which were stunning, bold and courageous Iranian girls. 452 more words