Pretty much self-explanatory and how I felt after 15 hours of brain surgery to remove a massive brain tumor called a meningioma (More on that later.) I somehow managed to survive 17 years ago. I was always quirky to begin with and two craniotomies later, you could say the upstairs nuts, screws and bolts have enhanced my off-centeredness even more.
Join in on the fun if you like wacky, warped musings, rants, raves and the like.
"No person was ever honored for what he received, but for what he gave."--Calvin Coolidge
Thank you to meningioma survivor, Tanya Stearns and Gene Wayland at a Cut Above Graphics for selecting Meningioma Mommas to receive 10% of all proceeds from the sale of beautifully designed Meningioma Survivor t-shirts and stickers. For all the information and how to order, go to:
contagious. Pass it on.” — Albert Einstein
I admire creative people
especially those with an artistic bent. Being one who works with words, it was
only natural to wonder if I would lose the ability to write after my meningioma
surgeries. Thankfully, time and lots of healing proved my doubts and fears
meningioma, I'm still able to pursue my craft. Along my meningioma journey I've
been fortunate to cross paths with other meningioma survivors who are still able
to pursue their creative passions.
Meningioma Monday "Creative Cranium" shout out goes to Jinx Garza, a
meningioma survivor who is an amazing glass bead artist. You can own an original Jinx piece, which will also support meningioma research during Brain Tumor Awareness Month.