So, it's 2018 and my life has changed dramatically. I'm not able to work anymore but I decided to partner with a friend to work out our purpose for living as responsible children of God (at home in slippers!).
We discovered that we have a lot of things iin common and that God's not done with us just yet. We have been writing and we pulled together a new website that honors how God made each of us.
Check it out, and please give us your email address, so we can keep in touch.
Jana : )
I discovered in 2015 that I was contending with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and now, Fibromyalgia. These conditions play a part in affecting Autonomic Dysfunction and the entire Nervous System.
I manage an enormous amount of pain and other funky happenings in my body on a daily basis. So, give me grace if I have to cancel an appointment or suddenly need help walking. And, I ask for understanding, because making art has become difficult for me. I need creativity as much as the air I breathe, so I will continue to do what I can for as long as I can.
If you are also living with an Invisible Disability, there is hope. Feel free to contact me via email, or find me on Facebook and we can chat.
I'm focusing on the new Hardwired for Life website, so I am blogging there.
Check it out and let me know if you have topics you would like to hear about or comments and questions you may have.
Learning how to not only cope, but to thrive while wrestling three rare medical conditions can be challenging.
It's important for me to continue to integrate creativity into my daily life, so I write about it and I sketch about it as much as I can.
Follow my Blog and we can get through the craziness of life together!
My first creative director, over 20 years ago, told me, "An artist is only as good as his resources." I didn't really understand it at the time, but now, I have a greater appreciation for all-things-art.
Pinterest.com is a fantastic way to collect great art, and add it to our visual databases. So, come pin with me.