May 15th – TSC Global Awareness Day

Today is TSC Global Awareness Day.  You might ask what is TSC?  It stands for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.  Tuberous Sclerosis affects the eyes, skin, brain, kidneys, liver, lungs, and some also have epilepsy. I have Tuberous Sclerosis Complex and so does my youngest daughter Jennifer. I was officially diagnosed when she was 1. TSC in …

Dry Needling and Massage

    18 months ago my wonderful doctor referred me to the Osteopath at the clinic.  I had been having pain in my right hip and often would limp when getting up from sitting to walking. He noticed that I was lopsided.   My right side was lower than my left.  The Osteopath did massage, …

Countdown to France

Hi everyone hope your having a wonderful day. Yesterday I purchased some new bamboo beach pants and a beautiful plum bamboo top from the Ecco Store in Albury.  I was over that way as I had a doctor's appointment to get results from a few tests I have had done and some more prescriptions. I …

Rare Disease Day February 28th 2017

This post is not about our travels, it's about Rare Disease Day.  Every where world-wide February 28th is for bringing recognition to Rare Diseases.  I know I am early with this post but I thought I would get this out there now. I am the baby of the family the 4th child.  So as the …

The Longest Flight Home

During the night both Paula and I started feeling sick, in truth we both were feeling crap not long after dinner.  We thought it could have been the wine.  House wine can be like that sometimes.  Then it started.  The pains, the frequent trips to the bathroom.  Lucky Paula had some over the counter meds …

Europes Best Kept Secret – Ghent

    It was raining lightly when we arrived in Ghent where we were to have an hour boat cruise along the canals. The boat had a glass roof, and sliding glass windows, so no chance of getting wet.   Lunch would be served along with refreshments, champers, beer, soft drink or water.  The sparkling …