261 ~ Light on the horizon – Part 10 ~

Whether it be for a vacation, occasion, reunion, spiritual retreat, or medical care, packing is a fun filled task that can also be a little nerve-wracking and with Gastroparesis the food aspect might become stressful. I guess it depends on the place you're going; whether there are genuinely approved halaal eating outlets and also the … Continue reading 261 ~ Light on the horizon – Part 10 ~

259 ~ Light on the horizon – Part 8 ~

Three months later a dearly loved grand uncle arrived at O.R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg not long after (his wife) our grand aunt passed on from cancer within a short span of time اللهم اغفر لها و ارحمها و سكنها فى اعلى درجة الجنة In order to recieve and welcome him I accompanied dad … Continue reading 259 ~ Light on the horizon – Part 8 ~

258 ~ Light on the horizon – Part 7 ~

The remaining course of 2018 has already been documented on the blog from chapters 51 - 119 so I will not elucidate or go into depth again. A year that passed by rather dramatically with ongoing episodes of respiratory struggles, cyanosis, transient stroke-like attacks until December 2018 While randomly chatting to a family member, mum … Continue reading 258 ~ Light on the horizon – Part 7 ~

256 ~ STTW hits 3 years – 2/2 ~

Six months away from reaching six years (of being in the chronic club) - the average period taken for Dysautonomia to be diagnosed. I’m fortunate to be diagnosed at approximately 2 years into this estimated time frame and express profuse gratitude for being priveleged with lifestyle management resources. Being the best ambassador for yourself as … Continue reading 256 ~ STTW hits 3 years – 2/2 ~