I was very excited about today, April 8, 2021. This is a very important day to me; it’s like a second birthday because today I celebrate being one more year seizure free. Today I am officially six years seizure free! On top of that, I got my second Covid19 vaccine this afternoon. I think that … Continue reading Vaccinated and seizure free!
Earlier today I finished the January 30 mile challenge I signed up for. I I finished the challenge only a few days early but las week and earlier this week I was afraid I might not have been able to finish. Today I only needed a mile and a half to complete the challenge but … Continue reading Finished the January Challenge!
This morning I had an appointment with my neurologist over the phone. I was anxiously waiting for this appointment because today he would give me the results of the EEG I had in December. He didn’t mention anything at first, which I was sure was a good sign, but I still wanted to know so … Continue reading Five years seizure free!
Today’s New Year’s celebration is going to be a little different than it has been for the last 9 or 10 years. Every year I go with my family to the beach and celebrate the new year at the beach house in the other side of Puerto Rico. This year however,we can’t celebrate together, so … Continue reading Happy New Year 2021!
Well, today we all got to experience a very new kind of Christmas. No big family parties, no hugging or kissing and everyone sitting at different tables. Not being able to be close to one another was different, but it was what we had to do to be safe. I hope that even though we … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
I hope you got to enjoy the weirder that usual Thanksgiving, and got to see at least some of your loved ones with safety precautions or on Zoom, WhatsApp, FaceTime or some other video calling app. After eating a slightly larger than usual lunch yesterday, I decided that even though it was a holiday, I … Continue reading Exercising after Thanksgiving
I had a weird feeling today. I wanted it to be special because it wasn’t only my birthday, it was a big one, my 30th. I thought it wouldn’t be because of the quarantine and COVID19 situation were facing right now, but it didn’t. My family didn’t miss the opportunity to have yet another reunion … Continue reading Birthday in quarantine
I made it another year! I’m five years seizure free! This would be a great reason to go out for dinner to celebrate and we have on past years but sadly we can’t this year. The best and safest way to celebrate is staying home but this doesn’t stop me from being incredibly happy! Five … Continue reading 5 years seizure free!
Happy New Year! So here I am looking forward to this year, hoping great things happen and trying to ignore the bad. I started off the year at the beach with my family, like I usually do, which always fills me with hope for the new year. This year however, I'm scared because we ended … Continue reading Positive mind for 2020
I can't end the year without thanking everyone for reading and/or following my blog and for liking what I post. This means the world to me and makes me so happy. I hope you stay with me in this new year as I keep expressing myself. I also hope you all have a fresh start … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Merry Christmas! Even though I'm two days late in my Christmas post, I think you know by now that I'll be celebrating until January, that is the tradition in Puerto Rico. But it's been a busy Christmas this year, since the holidays this year are right in the middle of the work week. But it's … Continue reading I hope it’s not too late but Merry Christmas!
After trying but failing to get everything ready weeks ahead of time for Christmas, I finally finished my Christmas shopping four days before Christmas Day. Once I had everything I felt like it was about time I started wrapping the presents. As much as I hate wrapping presents, because I'm no good at it, I … Continue reading I’m ready for Christmas!
It's Christmas! It's finally here, the happiest tone of the year! There's lights, music, parties, family, friends, and food, a lot of food. But there is also pressure to be at all the parties, to host some of them, to make or bring food, to give presents, to talk to everyone at the party and … Continue reading How to survive and enjoy the holiday season