Please share a little about yourself and how you found this blog! It's always nice to know who's reading and what you'd like to see from us in the future.
Here's a little glimpse at our life lately...
As far as work goes, I'm always busy with customs and stocking my congos, Fresh and Venus Vanguard. If you don't see anything on my own site, then you'll know I'm always stocking once a month at those two places. Now as far as my own site goes, it's been pretty dead lately, due to some links disapearing and just not working (guess a few uploaded designs got deleted from the designer?). It's a shame, I liked that design, BUT, I've got a brand new, so-much-better design coming soon!!! I'm SO excited about it, I wanted something fresh, new, hip, sophisticated and simple. I worked with Dragonfly Graphics and I have to say I am impressed by her work. The new design with be installed in the next 2 weeks, I hope to stock my store in early December and start enjoying my new site! Don't forget to come and visit around that time!
And personal life. Well, it's been a really rough year. I have to say 2009 sucked healthwise. I posted a bit about it a while back saying we didn't know what was going on but that we kept getting tests done and trying to find out what was causing painful abdominal cramps and back pain. Last month I saw my urologist who made me get a CT Scan, and we finally have results. On my left side we have what is called the Nutcracker Syndrome, the tube from the kidney to the bladder is squished by a vein (excuse the non-medical terms), hence why I have blood in the urine for the past year. It's not very painful, but I do get twinges here and there that go down my leg, and I'm not too sure what the doctor wants to do about it. On the RIGHT side it looks to be ovarian cysts. Boy, do these ever hurt. So after my ultrasound on Friday I'll pow-wow with my urologist and if he thinks it would be better to leave the Nutcracker phenomena alone, I'll be visiting my Gynecologist and seeing what can be done about those cysts. My main worry is cancer, so I want to find out what these cysts are made of, and what to do about relieving the pain.
Apart from that the kids have caught chicken pox (yay!) so I don't need to worry about getting them vaccinated anymore or worrying if they'll catch it or not. It's done. Now they are healthy and doing super well.
On that note I'll leave you to your internet browsing, and hope to hear from you about your visits to this blog! Ta-ta!