Image is from Pixabay First of all, if you were wondering why I didn’t like your posts when I typically do, here is why. In the last few weeks, I have been having this pain from wrist to thumb, which I ignored; having nerve damage in both hands, I’m used to pain. However, things took … Continue reading My Life Right Now?
Off The Topic Thursdays/ It Happens Both Different Yet The Same Top Five Wednesday/ Siblings Thoughts On Transition Mixed Media Books Part 1 Off The Topic Thursdays/ Victim or Criminal Review Of The Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet Off The Topic Thursdays/ Morning Chats Okay, even if things didn’t go how … Continue reading July Wrap Up 2022
Image is from Pixabay Since I have had Cerebral Palsy for as long as I can remember, I’m no stranger to pain, and I say I have a decent pain tolerance. I feel pretty vulnerable talking about the topic ahead but doing all the same in case you feel alone or ashamed like me. I … Continue reading I Rather Be In Pain Than…
Image is from Google You know what? Even if my disability is quite in our face having a heavy-duty chair and all I get people, especially in the medical field, thinking I’m faking pain and symptoms. A good example is when I was diagnosed with nerve damage in my hands. Initially, tests showed nothing wrong, … Continue reading Invisible Disabilities
Image is from Pixabay Hey, sorry to bother you once again today, but I somewhat have an idea of what I want to post. However, next month is up in the air; I can either do poetry month, which I love, and it’s a break from the usual blogging and a sort of a break … Continue reading Next Month Poetry Month Or No?
Image is from Pixabay So, I did a similar post when I started blogging, and now that I’m sitting here, putting this post together, I can say it was a challenge that took all day. Looking back on it, I don’t know if it was worth it. At least I met some excellent people, so … Continue reading What Would You Want From The World?
From Google As I said many times before, I started writing as a need to let go of the stuff I couldn’t vocalise. My writing was as close to perfection as I thought. If you take a look at my poetry collection in Dear Life, you will see that it rhymed and what I consider … Continue reading Some Maltese Music
Image is from Pixabay For whatever reason, the thought of posting this scares the crap out of me. Well, I guess my fear about this one is that no one will answer my questions because they are too dumb or time-consuming. However, if you don’t answer my blogging questions, I won’t be offended since I, … Continue reading Could You Answer My Blogging Questions?
Image is from Pixabay Even if I came more than first years ago, I have never been to pride. The first year, I feared I would meet someone who knew me pre-transition, which caused dysphoria and anxiety. As the years passed, it became easier to deal with. However, I won’t lie; talking about my dead … Continue reading Pride To Me
Happy Pride, even if, for me, it is not Pride quite yet, and I think Malta is the only country that celebrates Pride in September. According to a study among the 49 countries that participated, Malta came first in LGBT+ rights. In the meantime, another study took place here, and I took part in this … Continue reading LGBT+ Books Read Part 1