Warning Graphic Content January 3rd at 2am 911 received a call. On the phone was a woman who said her daughter "was not breathing and required medical assistance". She mentioned they had been away and came back and found her not breathing. Paramedics were dispatched to the scene. Upon entry, they were struck with a … Continue reading She was fused into the couch after sitting there for 12 years… The horrific story of Lacey Fletcher
I found myself singing in the kitchen. Loudly. Don’t worry no neighbours were hurt during the singing! Some of you might think "Yup that’s Tracey for you" but the reality is that I lost the ability to find pleasure in music. My Fibromyalgia does not like loud noise. I would often have to tell Irfaan … Continue reading I was singing and dancing… Wait. What?
I know. It's been FAR too long but I'm back to tell the ongoing story of my intensive treatment week that included Ketamine. I hope I address some of your questions, if not please pop me a message. I want to start by saying that Ketamine has been an amazing experience for me. However, different … Continue reading The Ketamine Chronicles Part 2
"What the hell did I get myself into?". These words played in my head many times during the weeks after I had gone under the knife. I was advised that the staples would have to come out on the 5th of November. 25 days. I obviously did research on staple care. For complicated incisions, like … Continue reading The Road to Recovery
Warning! If medical visuals make you squeamish please be aware that there are medical pics contained in this post. It was a cold, stormy night... okay no it wasn't but it was really early, dark out and very cold! I had set my alarm because I needed to be at the hospital early in the … Continue reading WTH? I DID NOT ANTICIPATE THIS POST OP NIGHTMARE!
I thought I'd share some of these posts with you. We are all fighting our own struggles. I hope this resonates with some of you From me to you! Much love. Hang in there. Talk to someone. This is an insane time we are living with and we need to look after our mental health. … Continue reading Mental Health Motivational Monday: Some posts you might need to see
You may have noticed that I've been a bit quiet over the past week. Truth is I'm fighting health battles. Based on lockdown time, yes I use lockdown time as a measure of time now, I've been sick for over 80 days. I've just gotten progressively worse. It's a long story. Wrong meds etc. However, … Continue reading Battles.
Okay so it’s actually Day 90 but we wall know I can be a tad dramatic. It just feels that we are on day 5066. It was two months that hadn’t left the house until I got to see my rheumatologist. Of course, I did my hair and wore my new coat (where else was … Continue reading Lockdown day 5066… locked in for 2 months, dealing with serious health issues again…
Firstly, I HATE the word “rehoming”. This is not a pet that you are giving to someone else. It’s a child, YOUR child. I’ve seen a lot of stories and documentaries about this. A lot of them have been absolutely horrific and others made me think. I believe that when you adopt a child, that … Continue reading Rehoming a Child, you Adopted. Vlogger Myka Sauffer rehomed her child and this topic has made headlines and got people talking.
I'm grieving the loss of some dear and close to me. I'm not able to talk about it yet because I cannot relive the past 2 days. It has left me emotionally on empty. I feel like a shell of myself. I can't talk to people. To my friends who have reached out, thank you … Continue reading Of grieving, pain and far out physiotherapy (I have needles stuck in my neck!)