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)… 👋🏼🇮🇪💚”

“Common sense is not so common” 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️

“Common sense is not so common” is probably one of the truest statements. I’ve experienced this a lot throughout my journey 🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️ unfortunately. I’ve always heard people talk about it, but I didn’t fully understand it, or experienced it in such extent. Well! I do now🙄 They’re the kind of situations that if I tellContinue reading ““Common sense is not so common” 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️”

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”

When I opened my eyes…👀

I opened my eyes, realising I’m in a hospital bed. It was a small room with white walls and me in the middle. Mr P was by my bedside and just as my gaze met his ”Klaudia if you can hear me and understand what I’m saying look towards the door”.  I’m thinking that’s easy,Continue reading “When I opened my eyes…👀”

When it all began…

🏐 September 2015 🏐 👉🏼🚑 🏥 One evening in volleyball training we were practicing a drill which we had always done in a sport that I have always loved. Within a few minutes I landed on the ground feeling very different. I had to come off the court, and as I was walking towards theContinue reading “When it all began…”