Tag: Cowden Syndrome

Hysterectomy positivity, why and how it relates to Charlotte

A few friends have been surprised by my attitude towards my hysterectomy. There are a few reasons. Firstly I was utterly fed up with bleeding all the time. I was tired and drained. I also worried about the risk of the thickening endometrial layer flipping into malignancy. So to a large degree it was a

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Better-ish

I’m feeling somewhat better today, Generally I actually love my life. There are a huge amount of positives, I adore where we live, I have a very close relationship with my kids because life have necessitated I’m around most of the time and although far from rich I never have to worry about food on

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Jealously

Sometimes times I get a little jealous, when I see kids reaching normal teen milestones or people achieving something I would like to. Back to school, prom, taking a great job or doing up the house. I don’t begrudge them in the slightest, heck in fact I’m pleased for them every single time. I just

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Thank you ♥️

I’ve wanted to write this post for months, but honestly I struggle with opening up. I’ve become very adept at coping with adversity. A side effect of that is that at times I have a wall around me which is hard for others to break through and for me to break out of. Those who

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Cure 4 Cowden’s – logo & t-shirt design

My wonderful, talented friend Linda over in Portland who designed the logo for Cure 4 Cowdens last year has been busy working on a t-shirt design for this year. I absolutely adore it. What do you guys think? The plan is to do the same as last year, take orders for size (possibly colour if

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