On Monday we were looking for an adventure and we were honestly looking for great pictures that Ed could take. That turned out to be an entire day of scouting the Roanoke Mountains. Don't get me wrong, although the day was dreary, the mountains and valleys were beyond beautiful, even the skies. Traveling down the … Continue reading We Will Be Back… Roanoke Mountain
This past week was very uneventful, we were headed for Mabry Mills and due to the dreary weather that ended up being a total bust. That was Monday. On Tuesday, late day, we headed for the Williamsburg Outlets, in hopes of some fall/ winter shopping. That was very unsuccessful. No worries though, only after almost … Continue reading Food for thought…. Williamsburg Virginia
https://teespring.com/stores/colorful-chaos-the-journey-2 We have updated our merchandise for the weekend and reduced our pricing. Please take a look and place your order. Remember that you are supporting the "journey" as well as helping us donate to Polycythemia Vera & Invisible Illness research.
Yesterday evening was pretty exciting! Our Colorful Chaos The Journey bracelets arrived. We are selling our bracelets for $5.00 each. They come in a size 7 inch and a size 8 inch. We chose the colors red, purple and blue, as these are the awareness colors for Polycythemia Vera and Invisible Illnesses. A portion of … Continue reading Colorful Chaos The Journey Bracelets
What is a chronic illness? What is an invisible illness? Often times our family, our friends, our coworkers, acquaintances, and even our partners do not understand what chronic illness is much less what an invisible illness is. Not understanding one's condition(s) or diagnosis occurs so often that it leads to the isolation of the ill … Continue reading What is Chronic Illness? What is Invisible Illness?
Hello faithful followers and welcome new friends! This week’s blog is going to focus on our trip to the Turk Mountain in Shenandoah National Park. Shenandoah National Park is located in Luray, Virginia, not too far from Washington, D.C. (about 75 miles). Established on December 26, 1935, with a formal opening by President Franklin Roosevelt … Continue reading Turk Mountain/ Shenandoah National Park
If you are caught up on our blog you are aware that Ed and I are battling uncurable invisible illnesses. We made the decision months ago not to let these illnesses define us nor ruin our lives. We are not giving up on each other despite the obstacles we may face along the way. From … Continue reading He May Have PV But PV Does Not Have Him!
This week our adventure took us to the Natural Bridge, located pretty much in our own backyard. It took us about 2 hours to get there from where we are located, the weather wasn’t too bad. It was a little cloudy and in the 70’s. Now let’s talk about The Natural Bridge. This is a … Continue reading The Natural Bridge Park
Exploring places in our own backyard. Enjoying new sights and history.