Posted in November 2011

ELVIS AND MY BIRTHDAY!

ELVIS AND MY BIRTHDAY!

Today is my 47th birthday!  I’ve never been one to make a big deal out of my birthday – my favourite way to spend my birthday is to hang out with my family and just enjoy the time spent.  This morning I got out of bed late and I was running around like a chicken … Continue reading

AMAZING!

Sloan Churman was born with sensorineural hearing loss, she has had limited hearing and has worn hearing aids since the age of two.  Eventually hearing aids will not help people with sensorineural hearing loss because the hair cells are either dying, damaged or abnormal at birth.  Noise is heard when wearing hearing aids but at … Continue reading

HOCKEY FOR THE CLUELESS!

HOCKEY FOR THE CLUELESS!

  This year I joined a women’s hockey league.  I’ve never played a sport in my life and I haven’t skated since I was 8 years old.  Quite the challenge and with my hearing impairment it’s even more of a challenge.  My very first hockey game I had butterflies in my stomach like I was … Continue reading

QUIET AHHHH!

Last week I finally got my new hearing aids.  My old ones broke and since they were 9 years old I figured it was time to replace them.  I have sensorineural hearing loss which is nerve damage in the inner ear – both ears.  I started to wear hearing aids at the age of 19 … Continue reading

CONNECTIONS

We all have a connection with our moms.  Some have more connection than others, but most of us have a connection.  I’ve always been close to my mom, not that we didn’t fight, we did fight, like cats and dogs.   The fighting was part of our connection.  My mother was very outspoken and she didn’t … Continue reading

BAFOON IN THE MONKEY SUIT

BAFOON IN THE MONKEY SUIT

Last weekend, like all of our weekends, it was a loaded one.  Hockey practices, hockey games, painted a room, carved pumpkins, finished  Halloween decorations, made chilli for guest coming over Halloween night – just to name a few.  Sunday morning I went to my son’s hockey game for 9:15 am.  I’m sitting in the stands … Continue reading