November 16, 2020 I would like to thank those of you who expressed sympathy for our family’s loss. Bruce and I flew to Jacksonville, FL and drove to Jekyll Island, GA to be with his family on Delta. We were also able to attend his mother’s visitation and funeral. My mother-in-law loved the outdoors and […]Read More Good-bye to my Mother-in-Law
November 19, 2020 The last couple of weeks have been very hard on Bruce and me. Bruce’s mother had shoulder surgery on October 29th. She had a bad reaction to the anesthesia and she was very confused as to what was happening. She was also in a lot of pain. By November 6th, she was […]Read More Very Sad Times for Us
November 13, 2020 When I was in elementary school (grades 1-6 in the US) and junior high school (7-8 in the US), I was very interested in foreign places. I read everything I could about various places. When I was in 6th grade, I signed up for a program for foreign pen pals. It was […]Read More From All Over!
October 12, 2020 I recently received a notice from WordPress that I signed up a year ago. I checked to see how many posts I published in that year and the number was 207 posts. That was way more post than I expected! I have really enjoyed blogging this year and following so many of […]Read More One Year WordPress Anniversary!
September 18, 2020 Bruce got his blood work results yesterday and found out that he had chickenpox as a child. He didn’t remember having chickenpox and his parents weren’t sure if he had them. Since he had chickenpox, he can get shingles. After seeing the problems I’ve had from shingles, he wants to avoid them. […]Read More Shingles Vaccine
September 12, 2020 Bruce and I had a bit of scare, we had been very afraid that the colon cancer had came back. He was having the same symptoms that he had had when they discovered he had stage 3 colon cancer 16 years ago. To our great relief, his colonoscopy came back clean! So, […]Read More New Diet for Bruce
July 21, 2020 Since so many of you expressed concern and sympathy, I wanted to let you know that my flare up of postherpetic neuralgia is fading . I am mostly down to pain levels that I can ignore. I have fewer parts of my body lit up with pain. I am hoping I will […]Read More Flare Up Fading
July 9, 2020 I had shingles when I was 42. It left me with postherpetic neuralgia, which normally goes away in a few months. I am one of the unlucky ones, my postherpetic neuralgia has lasted years, and at this point, I believe I will deal with it for the rest of my life.Read More Shingles Long Term Effect – Postherpetic Neuralgia
April 1, 2020 Back in 1995, I wrote a book for my daughter. She was in forth grade at the time and loved ghost stories. She had read all the ghost stories at the library and wanted to read another one. I recently decided to publish the book on Amazon. amazon.com/author/juliasculthorpe The age level is […]Read More Published Book
February 11, 2020 When I checked my site this morning, I was surprised and pleased to find a notice saying I had gotten 100 followers. I’d like to thank everyone who is following my blog. I am having a lot of fun blogging and I am enjoying my interactions in the WordPress community. I am […]Read More Wow! One-Hundred Followers!