Today, I met with two of coordinators of the service I get my support workers through and decided to finally move one of the worker off my roster. He has been working since mid 2010 but continually, on and off, … Continue reading →
First day back from four weeks leave and beautiful weather at least. I just want bath in the sun rather than sitting inside editing a systematic review. Progress can be slow yet rewarding too. It will be good to finally … Continue reading →
The other day I decided to merge my two websites together, theDazz and this site. It was not useful to have the two anymore. The merge took some time and I relearnt the need to backup your websites before doing … Continue reading →
Going into the last week of my four week break from my study it has taken awhile to wind down. I thought by now I would be ready to get back to it. But nupe! I am going enjoy this … Continue reading →
Writing is difficult for me on a number of levels. Physically, although I now I use eye gaze technology to write it can be also tiring. Sometime, I find myself falling asleep in the middle of typing, not sure what … Continue reading →
Well, I keep this up date like I fihnish a book! I get there but time flies between!
My last entry was New Years! Ha!
Since then I have managed to complete the draft of the System Review I had … Continue reading →
This is too powerful to not to share! What a gutsy women with one mighty voice!
Most of my energy for past few months has been focused on going through the 22 selected papers of my systematic review, appraising them all. It is a new skill that I have had to learn and, with my reading … Continue reading →
Strong Hugs are like saying I love You
Loneliness comforts like sounding gongs
Love all around yet nowhere to be touch
Fear to hug in case the hungry takes control
Longing to ask my dear friends … Continue reading →
Yeah, I want a iBible! It will go well with my epson communicator!
My espon AAC communicator rocked back in the 80’s! It had a voice that only 9.4% of people could understand … Continue reading →