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  1. DINET member name: Missy Milton Missy's home town: Fayetteville, AR Diagnosis: Dysautonomia (POTS & NCS) website: https://www.melissamiltonart.com/ In Missy’s words……. Living with dysautonomia requires me to spend many chunks of hours laying down. Laying down is a necessary tool for regulating my roller coaster blood pressure. After about a year of spending so much time being “stuck horizontal” a dreadful, negative boredom ensued. I decided to start painting again as a fun way to pass the time when I can’t move about. Before my illness, It had been over 30 years since I had painted but it came back to me quickly. I use magnetized paint brushes and pencil on an ipad with an inexpensive (under $10) painting software. Creating digital art this way, instead of traditional paintings, keeps me from worrying about spilling paint on my bed or sofa. Nowadays, when I’m laying down I create artistically. I’ve started composing music recently and I just launched my website which includes my portfolio of art and a new blog. When I’m able to sit up and/or move about, I do more day-to-day things, such as water the plants or fold the laundry. The combination of the day-to-day activities and my creative projects, strikes a balance in my life which, for me, creates cheerful contentment. My body may malfunction in certain ways, but I feel whole. Sincerely, Missy Milton At left: "Night Flowers" Right "That time I found a fairy" More about Missy......Missy’s attitude towards her life and her illness are evident in this quote she sent in with her application Missy’s new website is her latest creation. It includes Missy’s art portfolio and her newly started blog. A blog that her adult children have encouraged her to write for a few years. It also includes a recording of her original music. Be sure to check out the great story she tells about her grandmother in the About Us section. Missy’s painting “Water Freedom”, featured here, is enjoying success in the 2017 Rare Artist Contest - a contest for artists with rare diseases. http://m.heyo.com/198fe2 Be sure to vote while you're there! Missy can be reached by email through her site at https://www.melissamiltonart.com/contact-1/
  2. Hi All, The New Irish Dysautonomia Awareness Blog is up please check it out and feel free to get involved, It is not just restricted to Ireland just based there, loads of help needed as it is pretty bare at the moment and we want to fill it out! Hope to see you there, please leave a comment and get things rolling! THANK YOU! If any of you would like to be involved in the blog writing or the youtube channel videos I can add you as an author, lets get together! :) THANK YOU! Also if you would like me to link your blog in the blogroll, please give me your link and ill add it
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