Today I’m seeing my doctor to follow up on the side effects and blood test results. I’m feeling very frustrated with myself lately. Thanks to the side effects I’ve been struggling to do any work, even writing these Share Your World posts is taking me many times longer than normal.
Share Your World: Week 3
What is your favorite piece of art? (it doesn’t have to be famous)
I don’t really have an answer for this one as I tend to favour art work that has special meaning to me or that evoke emotion in me and there are several that fit that category. Looking around our house at the moment there are two that stand out to me…
The first professional photo of me and E. This photo was taken almost 10 years ago. Every time I look at it, it makes me smile and feel good inside.
This painting was a birthday present to me and E on our 30th birthday last year. It was painted by one of our friends and I love how simple it is. It hangs in our toilet and adds a point of interest to an otherwise boring room.
What made you smile today?
Watching the cats chase each other around the house. Cats can be very entertaining and also great therapy. When I’m feeling my worse and spend my time curled on the couch I love having them come and curl up with me.
Which place do you recommend as a Must-See? Please state which country, state or providence.
Dangar Island, NSW, Australia.
My Aunty lives on this wonderful island in the middle of the Hawkesbury River. It’s home to a few hundred locals while others have holiday homes on the island. Apart from the communal vehicles for maintenance and emergency services there are no cars on the island and you can only access it by ferry.
I love how peaceful it is on the island and the fact that there is such a communal feel.
Complete this sentence: When I was younger I used to….
hide in cupboards with my sister.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I was grateful for the opportunity to float in the ocean and spend time with family and friends. I’m hoping to make more beach trips this summer, especially given the fact that I’m meant to be doing more water based exercises at the moment.
I’m also grateful for having rediscovered my meditation mantra from last year, it’s been very helpful to me while I’m dealing with the extra symptoms and side effects.
May I/you be peaceful and true
May I/you have an open heart and open mind
May I/you be free from all suffering
This week I’m looking forward to getting some answers from my GP and taking the time to focus on recovering from the last weekend.