Dannii...to answer your question. I had a job that required travel, driving and walking, setting up Photo sets in malls, hiring training and firing. So communication with many different types of people from Mall management to the Easter Bunny and Santa. That was 7 years ago, RAI and 9 eye surgeries. For the past 3 years I have a full time job running my Graves' Disease Coffee Break. I focus on what I have learned to live with a thyroid disease, mostly how to relax and have fun and smile again. My Blog talks about my personal experience, plus personal issues we all have but can not talk to doctors, friends or family about with out seeming like we are just feeling sorry for ourselves. I encourage "Coffee Breaks" and "Cookie Breaks". They are now happening all over the world, which I am very proud of. I put up some of the imaginative things people have done for "Coffee Breaks", Toast people have made and some of the "Coffee Breaks" news. Can't put it all up , just to much. I am working on a book to put all this wonderful things in to share. Also my poems and little bits and pieces of information I have gathered. Some day I may actually publish it,lol. I have a wonderful husband that does guest blogging and tells his said of the story, which has been helpful to me and to others.So, as you can see I keep very busy. I get very tired and get the brain fog also. Can't spell I try to keep my sense of humor and laugh at my own mistake. Can't spell worth a darn now days....forgot how I guess. So I ask my grandkids, who get a big kick out of it. I keep a sense of humor and laugh at my own mistakes. And I keep some in just to remind me, as I pointed out to Trace. It is good for a smile or two. Check me out http://gdcoffeebreak.weebly.com/
I am the person that started the first coffee break. I Have had Graves' Disease for at least 10 years. I also have Thyroid Eye Disease. I give Thyroid Disease Support . My goal in life is to inform the public about Thyroid Disease.