A while ago I had a meeting with peers. This felt very good. I also joined a peers group on Facebook.
Because I have no permanent damage from my cerebral hemorrhage it feels like I am not a peer anymore. I almost felt guilty about this. But I feel at home among those peers. Continue reading



Since I feel better, my boys (17 and 18) are more active again. They started skateboarding again. They like it so much that I gave the boys a skateboard/longboard. My daughter (24) is searching for what she likes a bit, she thinks everything is scary so I gave her arm and leg protectors first. She still has roller-skates and can borrow a board from her brothers.

My kids being more active can be a coincidence. But I think it goes together with how I feel and what they have been through with me.
It is a lot. First almost losing your mom and then seeing her struggle to get her life back for one and a half years. So I think they deserved a present.
I am happy they are spending less time behind their computers now and are living again.

And I? I still had inline skates. First I practiced a bit in the garage but I was doing ok. I need some more street experience. I can’t brake so well and that is an important part of skating LOL.

Surprisingly my back feels better too. Less pain and less stiff.
So we all went out together.