Being Chronically Ill in 2022

While the world is tired of hearing news about Covid19 there is still this aggressiveness towards people who are choosing to wear masks. Seeing artwork by artists online expressing how they feel verbally harassed by people because of the uncomfortable memories around Covid19 masks seem to remind others of. Where I live the pandemic isn’tContinue reading “Being Chronically Ill in 2022”

The Truth About Abuse

What is the truth about abuse? The social stigma that is attached to it. Abusers are not generally abusive with their friends, sometimes their true nature seeps through and other times it is not. I am tired of the abuse cycle, the sleepless nights, walking on eggshells and feeling unheard. Abuse is not only physicalContinue reading “The Truth About Abuse”

Summer Leaves Us Behind

Summer has come and gone, it is time to bundle up for winter. My joints all ready ache with the fall nipping near. I am excited for my classes to start this week. It has been a long while since I have posted as I have struggled with my health dearly this summer. I gotContinue reading “Summer Leaves Us Behind”

The Construct Of The Apron; Cleaning Up Ableism

As someone who is creating art centered around the topic of ableism, I wanted to make something I could use but also send a message on. Ableism is something I absolutely hate; I am an activist and I will use my art to change perceptions and open people‚Äôs eyes to truth of the world we liveContinue reading “The Construct Of The Apron; Cleaning Up Ableism”

Surviving Chronic Illness Comic #3; Isolation