Behind the Illness

Heather from Dinosaurs Donkeys and MS included me as one of the bloggers that she reads in her ‘ Behind the Illness’ post. I think it is a great idea to share something more about who I am. My blog concentrates on the impact of my illness on my life, and the way I try to not let it dominate who I am. This post will let you know a little bit about me that has nothing to do with my illness and disability! I would love to learn more about others living with chronic illnesses, so I invite you to share your responses in the comments or even in your own blog posts ? #behindtheillness
Here we go!

Four places I’ve lived:

  1. Santa Barbara, California
  2. London, United Kingdon
  3. Sarimsakli, Turkey (Only 3 months)
  4. Clifden, Connemara, Ireland

Four places I’ve worked:

  1. Corner Shop
  2. Accountancy business
  3. National sporting association
  4. Marble Quarry

Four favourite hobbies:

  1. Writing my blog
  2. Building models
  3. Learning something new
  4. Drawing (I just need more time)

Four things I like to watch:

  1. Black Mirror
  2. The Irish rugby team
  3. History documentaries
  4. Game of Thrones

Four things I like to read:

  1. The Economist
  2. History books
  3. Autobiographies
  4. Anything by Tolkien

Four places I have been:

  1. Tromsø
  2. Edinburgh
  3. Gdansk
  4. Malta

Four things I love to eat:

  1. Roast pork
  2. Cheese – usually from goats or sheep’s milk
  3. Sushi
  4. Anything spicy

Four favourite things to drink:

  1. Coffee
  2. Orange juice
  3. Water
  4. Peppermint tea

Four places I want to visit:

  1. Singapore
  2. India
  3. Japan
  4. South Africa

Four bloggers I’d like to tag:

  1. Sheryl from A Chronic Voice
  2. Meg from Boots, Boobs and Hair
  3. Caroline who writes the blog The Girl with MS
  4. Emma at My EDS Journey
Have a lovely weekend everyone!
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