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GreenQueen

Stroke Survivor - female
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About GreenQueen

  • Rank
    Senior Mentor
  • Birthday 08/12/1972

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  • Stroke Anniversary (first stroke)
    01-30-2012
  • Stroke Anniversary (second stroke)
    04-02-2014
  • Interests
    Family time, scrapbooking, reading
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  • First Name
    Janelle
  • State
    Western Australia
  • Country
    Australia

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  1. Oh Pam...big hugs for you. You have sooo much going on, you are a champ. Yes, anniversaries make my brain turn to mush. I guess my only words are One day at a time, one hour at a time. You got this. We just don't have a deadline to aim for. All the best, lovely lady. ❤️
  2. GreenQueen

    Thank you Heather. I'm glad the cat managed a long life. Pets are more than family. We've just buried Ivy with all our other beloved pets outthe back. I'm very very sad, but she's no longer suffering. She was stubborn right till the end...had to have two lots of the medication! Rabbits grind their teeth when they are happy, and feel safe. She grounded her teeth whilst I held her in my arms, then she slipped away... Ivy was definitely a blessing amongst all this disabled stuff.
  3. GreenQueen

    Living with my family, I guess self isolation is not really what I'm doing. We are all homebodies, so I'm hoping it won't be too bad. As I've said before though, there's a big difference between staying home and not being allowed out.
  4. GreenQueen

    My husband is still working, and my son still going to school. My daughter has a cold, so has finished work for the time being. Her boss is going to close the business for a few weeks, and reopen when things are better. I'm staying home as much as possible. Today I have a physio appointment amd tomorrow my poor rabbit Ivy is going to heaven, but otherwise I'm home.
  5. GreenQueen

    Do we know how Steve is? Frightening times...
  6. GreenQueen

    Well. A sad weekend indeed. Ivy has deteriorated. Terribly. Heaven is definitely calling her home. Tomorrow...
  7. GreenQueen

    I belonged to a therapy group that used a mirror. I can't remember if I used it or not! I'm looking forward to hearing good news from you Alan!
  8. GreenQueen

    Thank you Becky, for the information.
  9. GreenQueen

    There most likely is Jay. This damn virus for one. Adult issues never crossed my mind as a kid.
  10. GreenQueen

    Awesome Kev. Love snow. We spent 3 weeks in Canada a few years ago. Had a white Christmas. Magical. We spent hours holding our arms out and looking at how different snowflakes are.
  11. Fantastic! So glad you were able to accomplish something you like to do. Doesn't matter how long it takes. The point is that you did it!!
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    James all the best with the self isolation. Do you read? That can be tiresome too, after a while. I feel, as I'm sure you will understand, there's a huge difference in staying home and being MADE to stay home. I'm very happy at home. I have my pets, my card making, my fridge... But making myself stay home is proving difficult.
  13. GreenQueen

    Sue, absolutely. Very scary times.
  14. Glad you like it Alan. My brain drives me buts. Like, Where's Wally. Sometimes I can find him within seconds. Other times that little bugger just will not show himself!! I learnt the times tables by rote, as we all did back then. 3 x 8 = ask the calculator!! I think I might give the website a look. Something to do in iso.
  15. Dad jokes rock. 😂
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