Goodbye Ireland (for now)… 👋🏼🇮🇪💚

”You may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing that we call ’failure’ is not the falling down, but the staying down…” After 16 years in Ireland it’s time for a new chapter ✈️🇵🇱. I’ll be continuing my journey to recovery ❤️‍🩹 in my homeland 🏡. I know this will comeContinue reading “Goodbye Ireland (for now)… 👋🏼🇮🇪💚”

❤️ Fly high beautiful lady ❤️

This morning I got the news I dreaded getting for the last couple of weeks…😔😢 and “although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, looking back in memory will help comfort us tomorrow”… while sobbing, I felt the need to write ✍🏼… You lost your battle this morning, but to me You’re a winner!Continue reading “❤️ Fly high beautiful lady ❤️”

National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) 🏥🇮🇪

September 2016-March 2017 I arrived at the NRH at the end of September 2016, and I was admitted to Gabriel’s Ward on the third floor. I never expected to be a patient there for this long 🙄, another 5-6 months🤦🏻‍♀️-seems to be my personal time limit, my standard for every new admission place 😂. MyContinue reading “National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) 🏥🇮🇪”

Grounding 🌎 👣

🦋 Get yourself grounded and you can navigate even the stormiest roads in peace 🦋 June 2020 🇮🇪 I’ve heard about grounding many times before, but after watching this documentary “Earthing Movie-The Remarkable Science of Grounding” (available on YouTube) I became super interested in the concept. I decided to research this subject more and tryContinue reading “Grounding 🌎 👣”

Christmas in hospital 🏥

December 2015-GCR Repty 🇵🇱 It can really be the most wonderful…I mean difficult time of the year. Knowing that it was Christmas, made everything twice as sad😔😢. My worst Christmas yet, by far! Spent in a hospital bed… but on a brighter side I wasn’t alone. My dad and Mr P were already there, andContinue reading “Christmas in hospital 🏥”

My typical day in Intensive Care Unit

October 2015 4 years ago this was my routine as locked-in ICU patient: Morning: Every morning very early around 5-6am, a nurse would come to collect my blood samples. I had a central line in my neck and hand (until today I have souvenirs where they were-I call them my War scars😝🙉👊💪 and I actuallyContinue reading “My typical day in Intensive Care Unit”