Thursday, 7 December 2017

Another day of living's been a little while since I've written a little something...but here's a refresher for you all.....

"Life's too short to wait until tomorrow...
to be so stubborn or hold back the sorrow,
Life's too short to question all the maybes...
or because you're afraid that people might think your crazy,
Life's too short to procrastinate any  moment....
for while you do someone else will step up & own it,
Life's too short to think you have so long...
to be fighting over the smallest who's right & who's wrong,
To dwell on something small & make it swell so big...
to make it bigger than it is as that hole you will dig,
Savour the past-the here's & the now...savour the where's-the when whys &  the how,
But never ignore what's in front of you...for overcoming those fears is what keeps you true."

....much love all...keep smashing it! πŸ™πŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ˜Š❤️xx

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

A presentation for the Stroke Foundation at Martin Luther Retirement Village

Brain aneurysms can happen very unexpectedly.

The recent news of American news reporter Lisa Colagrossi's death shows that an aneurysm can happen at anytime and without warning. Below is an interesting article on brain aneurysms that made me further realise how lucky I am to be a survivor. 

Reporter's death prompts worry: How common are brain aneurysms?

Monday, 24 November 2014

Getting back to Life

My puppy that was bought to help in my recovery. 

Enjoyed hanging out together.

Giving my dirt bike a clean as I have started to really improve.

Happy times with dad at Christmas time.

Finally out of the wheel chair and back at a mainstream school. Kicking Goals.
Brayden's First Season at Hotham.

 Chillin in the snow.

B loving a toboggan ride.

My boy was always going to be a ski bum.

Brayden ripping it at Hotham before he could walk.

Brayden ripping it up and having a ball as a baby ski bum.

Getting through Hospital.

At Physio with a student helping me on my feet.

This is Nicole Gun from a lot of radio news reports. She was always great fun chasing me around with a syringe full of water. Always loved our water fights.

Hanging out with a family friend's baby always with a smile on my face but always in pain. 

Another fun day of physio to get my feet working again.

On a weekend for me had two NBL players come visit

Out of Hospital for a weekend and got to visit my Cousin who broke her leg snow skiing, made me feel a little better that I had to miss out.