The Eight Year Road

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

17 thoughts on “The Eight Year Road

  1. VJ, your painful journey reminds me of all the people I know who have been in that lowest place and how alone they must feel. I am so glad your story had a happy ending and that resilience will find a way. You impress me and I wish you all the best in days to come.

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  2. You’re such a strong woman VJ. As Lou said above, you’ve overcome something that would cause others to just give up. I love that you’ve found renewed purpose through your recent work with people who are fleeing a war they didn’t ask for and didn’t deserve. As you deal with what I’m assuming is a bit of a setback (base on your comment about being reminded you’re not cured) I pray you’ll continue to feel that sense of purpose and that your body will cooperate in helping you get back to at least your baseline soon. Sending hugs your way!

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  3. Beautiful and inspiring, as always, VJ. What a journey you’ve had and you seem to have a gift for extracting the wisdom and resilience from it! I’ve loved following your story with the Ukranians — and I’m so glad to know of the back story. Sending my best!

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