I’ve been a wanderer, a hermit, the crazy lady who lived with wolves, an herbalist, naturalist, organic farmer, shepherdess (yes, you can still be a shepherdess), successful online entrepreneur… a lover of canines, wild & domestic… a mother to two beautiful & talented daughters… a seeker of wisdom…
Now, I’m living with the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia (FMS), chronic Lyme Disease & other Tick-Borne Diseases, etc. that have been besieging my body for around 20 years, most seriously since January, 1999. It’s been quite an adjustment, from my active life as a modern day homesteader with huge gardens, herds of sheep, goats, ducks, and just about every farm animal you can imagine, including the horses I loved to ride.
I live in a cabin on a mountain in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, with my youngest daughter, Rhiannon and her husband, Ben. I’m blessed to be surrounded by Nature’s beauty 24/7/365, and doubly blessed to have Rhiannon and Ben here as my extra patient caregivers.
We share our home with our four-legged companions, our dogs, Akeelah & Kodi:
Blogs are for many things.
This blog started solely to keep my family up to date on all the many, varied, crazy, things happening with my health. So they could keep it all straight. So I could remember what thing happened when, as short term memory loss is an issue. It was a record of illness.
But that’s wrong. That’s not all a blog is, or should be.
A blog is a voice, the inner voice, telling, in this case, what is going on, inside and out.
Wolfdreams is not just about the physical crap I go through, but also about the Life I live, the inner life, and the outer life. The dreams, visions, hopes, and fears.
If you don’t like raw, open, honesty, you likely won’t like my blog. As an Aspie (person with Asperger’s Syndrome), I value truth, complete and total honesty, and doing what’s right no matter the cost, far more than others.
Blog posts have categories and tags, so you can explore what interests you:
I also have written quite a bit about figuring out I have Asperger’s Syndrome. There’s a static page for that, and it has links to both blog posts and other static pages.
You can always check out the tag cloud at the bottom, and you should see category lists either to the right or at the bottom.