Today was a special day. It was the first day that I could shower after my surgery and let the water help take the dressing off. It felt good!! However, without the dressing my bruises are somewhat vivid which added Continue reading What’s a few more bruises?
On the Easter weekend I took the decision not to blog for a few weeks. My health had gone down another rabbit hole and I was finding it overwhelming to deal with. Now that I’m through the worse of the Continue reading One more rabbit hole dealt with…..
Sometimes it’s hard not to think that life is out to get me. On Monday, I posted about finally feeling like myself again having had a day out in the form of a road trip on Sunday. On Monday I Continue reading Sometimes being stubborn is what’s needed…
One of the things that I’ve noticed over the last year is that people seem to have a real problem with not knowing what to say when somebody is in an extreme situation. Rather than say the wrong thing, they Continue reading When you don’t know what to say, say that; don’t just say nothing!
So today was my first day of lung rehabilitation. A great deal of work went into making it as safe as possible for me to attend this rehabilitation program. I am very thankful for all involved who not only helped Continue reading I feel as so I’ve run a marathon… and for me I have!
In Ontario under Human Rights legislation, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), I can’t be discriminated against due to my disabilities. However, there is this wonderful phrase ‘undue hardship’ that comes into play when requesting disability accommodation. Continue reading When is disability accommodation not accommodation?
I was born and raised in England. I started paid work at the age of 14 and have paid my taxes as required ever since. However, in England we have the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) program which means that Continue reading Why is income tax so complicated?