Saturday, April 6, 2013

HAWMC - Dear MHE...

Ohai Y'all

Whoops... forgot to blog last night. It was a long day and I fell asleep pretty quickly. Oh well. On to today's prompt!

Letters - Write a letter to your condition – what do you want to get off your chest?

This should be fun! I wrote a lil' letter to my disorder, and then I turned it into a picture to make it purdy. Enjoy!
I think I got the point across ;) There isn't really much to say, I could write a whole big letter but this really just sums it up nicely.Oh, as promised here's a picture of the rocks I was working on :D

I'm pretty proud of the fact that I was able to reach down to paint the lower parts. YAY ME!

Time to get some sleep. I've got a busy day ahead of me, I'm driving to a new area AND I'm driving to said area in order to be social with people! Gotta love working on resolutions :)

Crippie's Tippie - Even though you might be angry with your disability at times, try not to be consumed with what you cannot change. Accept it, and work around it.


  1. Challenges of medical issues just are. They are not good. They are not bad. They just are. Some have many. Some have few. Some few mean more than many. Some many mean more than the few.

    This all means nothing. The works one does are but shadows unless selfless giving is at their core.

  2. Timmy really summed it up well. You rock girl. You face this mean ugly thing head on and I admire you so much. Your rocks are great too. Keep up with the art work. My husband is an artist and he waited until he was retired to pursue it. Now he's old and shaky and is thinking of giving up his art class next fall. (Yes, I know - I feel the same way, but he's an old man and stubborn in his ways). Keep going with your art, blogging, social things, theater, and whatever else tickles your fancy. You only get one chance in this world and already you are trying to make the most of it. he he - loved your letter too - short, to the point and says it all!


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