A Scripture Wow Moment

Due to MEcfs, yes yawn boring isn't it, I can rarely attend a church gathering, service, meeting etc. Apart from recordings or online broadcasts. Although I did manage to attend a prayer meeting for Ukraine in the Spring. This happened to be prior to my power chair arriving. I'm looking forward to the next opportunity … Continue reading A Scripture Wow Moment

Flowers On The Landing

Today is such a lovely opportunity to share some beautiful flower captures as part of Cee's Flower of the Day Challenge (FOTD) The Bouquet The surprise of some beautiful flowers from my husband arrived at the front door for me yesterday, from Freddies Flowers. They also arrived with three gorgeous single stem vases. Freddie's Logo … Continue reading Flowers On The Landing

Our Coping Strategies For Bedrest

Many folk will know that it has proven to be a very challenging time for us, since my experiencing anaphylaxis. The symptoms are settling down, yes they have gone on and on. And I now await allergy testing with the hope of some useful answers. It's looking like it may be quite a wait. Thankful … Continue reading Our Coping Strategies For Bedrest

Thought For The Day

There is a wave of emotion ongoing today. Following the US Supreme Court Roe v Wade ruling. I can understand why many people will not want to discuss it. I don't particularly want to either, but I feel upset and concerned. As previously highlighted in An Incensed Observer and A Question of Women's Rights. Because … Continue reading Thought For The Day

Friday Flower of the Day – Clivia

Today another first. I am participating in Cee's Flower of the Day Challenge. The Clivia Miniata from the Amaryllidaceae family (I'm thinking Amaryllis). Also known as the Bush Lily or Natal Lily. My husband, the superstar that he is, bought this as he likes structural houseplants. I was skeptical, but to be amazed. In its … Continue reading Friday Flower of the Day – Clivia

Meeting the EpiPen

This past two weeks have felt completely surreal. Having thought I may just have scraped through the exertion of two recent eye tests, one exceedingly protracted and inaccessible one. Which however hard I tried to organise couldn't be done at home. (Next time, believe me, they will be.) And hoping I may have just got … Continue reading Meeting the EpiPen