Blogmas Day 6 🎄⛪🎄

Luminous Destiny

One of my family’s traditions is, every year, we make some Christmas ornaments 🙂 We love creating, laughing, singing, and enjoying every aspect of the experience.

This is why I’ve chosen ornaments as our next Blogmas topic!

Let’s get started, shall we?

1. Paint Swirl Bulbs: These are SO cute and so easy! All you need is:

  • Two bottles of paint (Deco Art or any other acrylic paint)
  • Clear plastic/glass ornaments

Instructions are found here 🙂

2. Scrap Fabric Tree Ornaments: Another easy and fairly cheap idea. All you need is:

  • Cinnamon Sticks
  • Material (ribbon, old clothes, sewing fabric scraps)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Twine/yarn works too
  • Scissors

Instructions found here 🙂

3. Rustic Clay Scripts Ornaments: These will cost a little more to make but not by much. All you need is:

  • Air dry clay
  • Alphabet stamps
  • Rolling pin
  • Wax paper
  • Clay/Play Dough cutters (any shape)

Instructions…

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Past Time for a Change

Seizure Mama and Rose

Reposted Chapter 21: The Painful Appointment

We had felt good about the first neurologist in the beginning. The doctor was observant and thoughtful. We had previously left each of our appointments with several written plans of action in case the first option did not bring the results we hoped for. If plan ‘A’ did not work, we also had plans ‘B’ and ‘C’ if needed. Now we felt like Rose was part of a chaotic experiment without planned strategies or goals.
Rose had a long and strong seizure the day before this appointment. She slept on the way to the doctor’s office and wouldn’t hold her head up during the visit. The doctor seemed not to notice Rose’s lethargic condition. Instead I was scolded for the numerous calls I had made to the nurses. The doctor mentioned wanting another EEG(electroencephalogram) and mentioned the possibility of VNS(vagus nerve stimulator) placement.
We…

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