☠️A man in a black bag☠️

Yes! You can guess what I’ve seen next…I opened my eyes 👀 to see two men in black suits, wearing white shirts and white gloves. It was very quiet and peaceful. They entered the side room that I was in and disappeared behind my neighbour’s curtain. In the next 5-10minutes I see them again, butContinue reading “☠️A man in a black bag☠️”

Admission to Neurology ward

November 2015 The next (new) chapter on my journey to recovery… I was being moved from ICU o the Neurology ward and suddenly my excitement was gone. I was crying 😢, when the nurses kissed and hugged me goodbye, not because I was upset, but because I was terrified of the unknown😰. The only thingContinue reading “Admission to Neurology ward”

🍧🇮🇪Jelly dessert/🇵🇱Kisiel🍧

October 2015 The main doctor from neurology ward at the same hospital was sent to assess me👨🏼‍⚕️. A very nice older doctor, a positively charged man 👍👌. First doctor I actually liked 🤷🏻‍♀️. Still couldn’t talk, so I just listened…again! 👀😶😩 He was sent to assess me, because my body started showing some signs ofContinue reading “🍧🇮🇪Jelly dessert/🇵🇱Kisiel🍧”

💚ShiatsuwithTricia💚

You might think I’m crazy and laugh at me🙈🤷🏻‍♀️, but I’ve always believed in angels. I met many of them on my journey to recovery, but Tricia plays one of the biggest parts😇! I know that she’s one of my angels, sent onto my path for a reason… September/October 2017 My grandmother in Poland 👵🇵🇱Continue reading “💚ShiatsuwithTricia💚”

Tracheotomy and PEG

October 2015 After a few days in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and me vomiting nearly every time I was being moved with that long tube irritating my throat, the doctors decided to carry out a tracheotomy procedure. It can be either temporary or permanent, where an opening in the neck is created in order toContinue reading “Tracheotomy and PEG”

Hallucinating

October 2015 I think it was my first night in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), when I was hallucinating. I now know that I had morphine pumped into my bloodstream, so most likely this drug made me hallucinate… It’s a funny story, but in the end it was really scary, when I actually thought IContinue reading “Hallucinating”

Where I was back then and where I am today…

Few months ago I made a list about all the changes that took place since the injury happened (I had to do that as my homework). I mean just on the physical level for now. Changes took place on every level of my life, but I’m just going to focus on one in this postContinue reading “Where I was back then and where I am today…”

🗝Imagination creates reality🗝

March 2020–Welcome to my first post, that doesn’t go back in time👋😊 Catching up on 4 years of journey is too much to post about, before posting here and now. Initially I thought I would go back in time first, but I would like to connect with you in the present moment too, of courseContinue reading “🗝Imagination creates reality🗝”

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”

👁 Letter board 👁

I allowed myself to use the cartoon above with Kate Allatt’s permission. She was using that image in her slides, so people could understand the situation better. I had a very similar story to hers, using the letter board and I needed a good image to represent that☝️👌. My father made letter board at homeContinue reading “👁 Letter board 👁”