Since I wrote my last post I was blue lighted to hospital again. With this unexplainable paralysis in my legs. Didn’t I feel pretty rotten and very much defeated.

After a week at home I had slowly but surely tried to get myself around the house using my walking stick and remembering all they told me when I was let home, but it somehow didn’t stop it from happening again.

I spent the last 5 days being tested and trying to find a diagnosis I’ve been told I have Functional Neurological Disorder which can happen to anyone at any age and some factors have contributed to mine. Here is where you can read more to what it is. No doubt I’ll touch on it in a later post.


I won’t let any illness stop me from writing. It’s been my passion since I could put pen to paper and it makes me happy.

So if my posts are not to schedule…I will post them whatever day I can, I guess when my body lets me.

Don’t worry I will keep them varied and not all health-related from now on.

Have a fab weekend.


  1. Was browsing WordPress, read this, and then had to go look up FND in the mighty Google. Sounds like it’s more common than anybody thought, and often misdiagnosed. Good luck with your recovery!

  2. Oh no, I’m sorry to hear this happened yet again. I was rooting for a quick recovery for you. One thing I will say is I had never even heard of this disorder before I found your blog. It’s good to spread awareness in case this happens to someone else.

    1. I had never heard of it before either Brit. Bless you for rooting for me. I’m trying to stay positive but it’s the knowing it’s in my life now that sucks a bit. Defo going to keep spreading the word for awareness. Thanks for thinking of me too hun 💗

  3. Hey lovely

    I am so sorry to hear that this has happened to you for the second time. Sending you so many hugs and positive thoughts your way and if there’s anything you need or fancy a chat sometime, then you know where I am 🙂

    I too have received a diagnosis of Functional Neurological Disorder so know how confusing and overwhelming it is to receive.

    Thinking of you xxx

    1. It’s very scary and overwhelming and I’m glad I don’t have to go through it alone now that you say you suffer with it too. My doctor thought I was having a stroke the first time around. We are strong girls Welshy. You know I’m only a message away 😘

  4. You know Holly sometimes it’s the hostile nature of our adversities that makes us stronger. Your well-being, your happiness & your recovery will always be in my thoughts; but knowing the strong-willed soul you are, I hope you evolve as a stronger & as a more inspirational figure. May your determination be like the wine that simply gets better & better with time. I’m delighted with the fact that you are not quitting on your passion towards writing, as a fellow blogger I do care for you so please keep me posted about your health. Keep smiling, keep writing & keep inspiring 🙂

    Warm Regards,

    1. Thank you Sid for you caring and thoughtful words. My dream as a little girl was to write and I’m living it now so I don’t intend on giving it up . I will keep you posted and keep writing too as you write some fabulous posts 😊 xx

      1. Truly humbled by the compliment that your words blessed me with & yes never give up on that childhood dream of yours coz this dream & passion of yours sparks & imbues many others with immeasurable motivation. Wish you & your family never-ending bliss & happiness 🙂

  5. You’re positive attitude is truly inspirational!!! Don’t worry about the schedule just post whenever you can!!! Hope you feel better! Sending you lots of well wishes💕

    1. Thank you so much Yasmin. Hopefully in the next couple of days I will nosey through everyone’s blogs I miss reading everyone’s posts…Hospital internet wasn’t always the best. Much love right back 💗 xxx

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