Another new start

Good Sunday morning all. I know it’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted, but sadly that’s what tends to happen when a migraine takes over your life 😓

I didn’t get to read as much as I wanted in January, I did listen to a few rereads though. This month, second month of the new year, new decade, I’m gonna try getting some reading, writing and crafting done this month.

My tbr for February so far is as follows:

*scythe by Neal Shusterman(part of my online book groups buddy read)

*dragon by Christopher Paolini(part of my library’s let it snow winter reading program)

*safety in blunders by Christy Barritt (a library book due soon)

Those are just a few that are guaranteed, plus some eARCs that are due soon also and some library books also due.

Praying for everyone today, blessings on your day. I’m gonna watch my church service online. Have a blessed day 😊😊

Author shout out

Good morning everyone, this link I’m sharing here, is for my author friend, Pam Funke, she’s a Christian author.

I’m also leaving a link here, for our Sunday church service, number 2 in the series. You’ll find the link for number 1 when you go to their YouTube page.

For now that’s all, praying you’re all having a wonderful Sunday so far.

Lazy Saturday

Praying this for everybody today

Ok, so this post is more like I like it. What exactly is on everyone’s Saturday bucket list? On mine, to veg, to get some reading and writing in, maybe crafting.

It is very crappy weather here in Michigan, rain, sleet, snow and just below freezing. I’m not going out today.

The book I’m currently reading is: safety in blunders by Christy Barritt.

Enjoy your Saturday folks 😊

Starting anew

If anybody sees this post, let me know how it looks, this is a test post today with a supposed banner, kinda new to it 🤔

Good morning, it is currently the 11th of January, and I’m just now posting again. I really need to take God’s promptings and start posting when he nudges. Anyhow, I’m planning on starting reading and writing more. The link below goes to my most recent first read of the new year.

Check out this book on Goodreads: Reign of Error

Book review

Good evening folks, hoping everyone had a Merry Christmas and looking forward to a new year, new decade. Wow, I just said that out loud 😯 yes we are moving into a new decade, I’m looking forward to doing better and doing more in this new year, new decade.

For starters, this is one book I have finished this month. This has been a bad month for me for reading. Been battling a migraine for seven months, lightheaded and dizzy, nausea, nobody knows anything, makes it debilitating to do much, even when I force myself to try.

Check out this book on Goodreads: Clean Sweep

The new year is less than a week away and I’m trying to list things to start doing or start doing more of, one thing is blogging, at least twice a week for starters. Reading, writing, both of which I plan to do more of here.

Ok, I’m off to go try finishing a library book. Have a wonderful New year and I’ll catch ya in the next decade. 😊

End of the year wrap up

Good afternoon folks, in the two weeks since I last posted, I’ve had a third dose of aimovig, which outside of making me lose half my hair in the past three months/doses, hasn’t done anything for my migraine or symptoms. Aimovig may be great for others with migraines, but it hasn’t done anything for me.

I went to church today, and I love our church, our worship team and our pastors, however, even with earplugs in, the praise and worship this morning, made me very lightheaded, dizzy and almost like I was gonna pass out, thankfully I didn’t though. That would’ve been awesome, seems how my hubby is not home yet, but thankfully will be for Christmas and hopefully new year’s.

I have been listening to three different audiobooks these past two weeks, I have only finished one actual book, I’ve finished a season of one of my shows, been watching Rizzoli and isles on DVD, all while hibernating myself away from life due to this stupid migraine and company. For anybody who’s never had migraines, I pray you never get them, they suck and they suck the life out of you. Doctors aren’t very helpful when it comes to trying to figure out why you have a migraine, especially for someone who’s never had a migraine in her life up until about seven months ago, when poof, it showed up and never left.

Ok, I’m done ranting, enjoy your week, Merry Christmas and Happy New year all.

Playing catch up, again

Good morning folks,I thought I did really good last month here and then life and my migraine friend jumped in and kept me from doing much. So, I’m back, hopefully, at least once a week 😊

Ok, so since last month, I haven’t read much, I’ve listened to audiobooks I’ve listened to before, I’ve nursed my migraine, dealt with Drs who only want to feed me drugs because, “there’s not an underlying cause for migraines.” Really? So, when I met with my neurologist yesterday, she, as a PA,I guess, chose not to consult with the actual Dr there but what did I know, I’m just the dumb patient who’s in pain all the time and is irritable and “noncompliant”😠😠😠😠

Anyhow, I advocated for myself and told her that I may try the third dose of aimovig and then if that still doesn’t do anything, I’m done, somebody will have to do something different. I see my gastro Dr just after Christmas, hopefully soon I’ll get some stinking answers cuz having migraines, lightheadedness, dizziness, nausea for almost six months straight beyond sucks.

Ok, enough ranting for me. Praying for you all this week, for everybody affected by winter snow, ice and frigid temps, stay warm, and stay safe. Have a great week.