"Hi! Just discovered this group, so here I am!
I have a Wordpress blog: http://storeylines.net - part memoir, part chronicle of my daily life as a chronically ill person, part a place to talk about my dreams, my writing, my art, and my photography.…"
I am a chronically ill blogger and writer. My life has been changed drastically in the last three years due to my illnesses (ulcerative colitis, chronic complications from surgery and ileostomy, auto-immune arthritis), but I'm trying to look at my situation now as a gift that makes it easier for me to write. I have a blog, which is partly memoir, and I talk about my illness a lot there.
I have four cats, I love books, movies, travelling (when I can), and my friends. And of course, writing.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
Hi Barbara, and welcome to She Writes! We are so glad you are here. If you need help getting started, check out our helpfully named "Getting Started" page. Another great way to jump in is to explore the groups, all of which have been started by members of the community. And thanks to Monica for referring you!
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