This ‘n That

Howdy y’all!

All is well in my world. I hope that you can say the same. I’ve just been crafting away over here, hanging out with Nana, Trinket and Meow Meow and trying to talk Stuart into retiring. The weather here in Willis, Texas has not been conducive to fishing lately. Come on Spring! I’m truly thankful that God blessed me with a creative mind and hands to keep pme from going crazy.

I am trying to concoct a plan to combine my passion for crafting and love for writing without doing tutorials or how to’s. I assure you I’ve got several things brewing.

I just wanted to check in with those of you who aren’t connected to me via Facebook. I told several of you that I would let you know when I got my Etsy Store up and running. To be honest, the thought of the Etsy store started to overwhelm me. I guess a fear of the unknown. So for now, I am going with the familiar and have launched a Facebook  business page. If you get a chance take a look at it. This ‘n That By Julie I’m also on Instagram in case you don’t Facebook.

Health wise, not much has changed. Dizzy spells are still frequent and daily. I think the ear ringing is plaguing me more, however. If you have tinnitus and have found ANYTHING that helps quiet the roaring, do share. I’ve not found any relief from the horrid roaring and it seems to be progressing. Any-who, enough about that.

I’d love to hear from you guys. Leave me a comment. Let me know what you are up to. I’ve truly missed interacting with my blogging buddies!

Keep your eye on “Ramblings of a Wonky Girl.” Good things are coming your way.


      • I looked it up recently for my father on law and it said Frankincense behind the ears. I would get some really good Frankincense though…like young living or doterra

      • I think I have some not sure what brand. I’m going to have to go look for it. Heck, I’m willing to try anything. The ringing is enough to drive ya crazy

      • Thank God it is only in my left ear. If it was in both I don’t know how I would handle it. How are you feeling?

  1. So great to see your post! I do wish I’d learn to crochet before my Chiari diagnosis. Unfortunately, now the desire to learn something new just builds up more anxiety and head pain.

    • I understand that. Maybe you can try it again and just start slow. It is the most therapeutic thing I’ve got when I can’t fish. There are some fantastic You Tube videos out there for beginners. So good to hear from you. How are you feeling?

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