I’m so excited for fall and Halloween. I love corn mazes, hay bales, pumpkin pie...all things fall. And I also absolutely love crafting and making decorations. So the blog homework for 10/5 from @missy and @rambo is perfectly fitting. I made this cute little wreath for my front door from materials I got at the dollar tree.

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stablack:
I like that! Simple and smart,works perfectly!
sally_sparrow:
Thank you all!!! I made a Christmas one the other day too

As I’m sure most of you know @missy and @rambo give @bloghomework and while looking through topics I found the prompt for 10 random facts about yourself, and since I’m new here I thought it was the perfect opportunity to allow you guys to know me better.

1.) I am a survivor of a rare form of stage 3 ovarian cancer.

2.) I
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sally_sparrow:
@jsmith0552 I would love to travel in the Tardis!
yumbert:
PR

Before I entered the world of SG (which was only 5 months ago!), I would’nt have guessed I would have made friends the way I have here. I live in a very small town in the Appalachian mountains, so I certainly didn’t expect to meet so many wonderful, like minded, and supportive souls. For my first photoshoot I traveled all the way to...
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chef_loc:
I'm so happy for you!  I'm glad you had an awesome time!💚💚💚
sally_sparrow:
@chef_loc thank you!! It really was fantastic. I miss the girls a lot though

So, I will be very forthcoming and admit that I deal with anxiety and depression. Both have always been there, but the past couple years have been worse (cancer treatment, returning to work afterwards, day to day stress of my demanding job) on my brain. I have friends and people I trust with everything who always help me through, and on bad days, like today...
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glass42:
Losing myself in hobbies provide some temporary relief.
eeyoreonprozac:
Social media is what I have. After working constantly from 1985 until 2006, I had a meltdown, and stopped working, and now hide in my bedroom in my 3 room apartment. From 1998 until 2006 I lived and "performed" at Walt Disney World as a singing, joke telling bus driver. I rarely left property, as I lived there too. Upon returning to my native Baltimore I became homeless and than found housing. At first I wrote my own memoirs and poetry of my experiences, but now my much needed medication pretty much kills all my creativity. So now I cope by following my friends via facebook. On months that I can afford it here on SG. I still struggle daily, rarely venture out. I have a rescue cat who helps greatly. Reading your blogs Sally I see you are a fighter. Crohn's, and cancer will not beat you.