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Baptism: Celebrating My Rebirth-day

Celebrating My Rebirth-day BLOG

April is a very special month for me. Many of my great life changes seem to have happened in April. This particular celebration is very special to me: on 7 April 2012 I was baptised in the sea at Brighton beach in the UK! 

I was 30 years old at the time. Baptism was something I had been thinking about doing for years, but I never really understood what living a life in Christ really meant and how baptism fit into it all, so I kept putting it off. In 2012 everything changed and I finally understood what Jesus' sacrifice meant for me.

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Getting To Know The Me Behind The Illness

Getting to know me tag, BLOG

I've been nominated to take part in the blogging tag game "Me Behind The Illness". I think it is a great way to remind ourselves and others that we are not only our illness, but there is so much more to each of us. 

I've thoroughly enjoyed reading everyone's answers to these questions and can't wait to compile mine! Since it is about me behind the illness/without the illness, I will focus on answering the questions as though I didn't have any condition that governs my activity levels, physical and cognitive function or diet. 

This is a look at healthy Char - who I am without severe ME/CFS.

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20 Fun facts about me

Throwback, Dad and I

I write a lot about my experience with chronic illness, my diet and my faith, but there are many things about me that you probably don’t know.

This is a fun post I wrote over on Instagram in April. I thought it would be fun to share it with my readers here and I think it’s a great way to kick off a new series I’m planning on sharing with you. I hope you enjoy it!

1. I was born and raised in South Africa, on the East Coast, in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province, also known as The Zulu Kingdom.

2. I remember the first black girl that came to our all-white school after apartheid was abolished and the transition began. That’s when I started noticing the inequality and separatedness around me… I was about 12.

3. We didn’t have lions roaming the streets, but we had visiting vervet monkeys, peacocks, a variety of snakes and there’d be a chorus of frogs and toads to sing us to sleep at night!Continue reading

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