Unbroken Beauty

Hello dear friends, it’s been a long time since I last wrote to you.

Unfortunately, over the past 3 years, I have had to face a very tough period due to my health problems. It all started in May 2021 when suddenly I couldn’t walk properly anymore. The ordeal began for me; doctors couldn’t understand why, and in the meantime, I was getting worse. The paralysis also spread to my upper limb.

Finally, a month ago, I met a really good doctor who arranged for my hospitalization at an excellent medical facility to find a diagnosis and start serious motor rehabilitation.

In fact, I’m writing to you from the hospital right now. Since I’ve been here, I’ve been improving. It seems I have a movement neurological disorder, a form of parkinsonism.

They give me good hopes of returning to my previous life, but it’s really tough.

Introducing my last collection: Unbroken Beauty

I’ve made this collection trying to express all my positive vibes despite of all.

Introducing “Unbroken Beauty,” my latest digital scrapbooking collection that captures the essence of resilience and grace amidst life’s challenges. Inspired by the strength found in vulnerability and the beauty of imperfection, this collection offers a stunning array of elements and papers designed to complement your memories with elegance and poignancy. From delicate floral motifs to intricate patterns, each element is crafted to convey the message of perseverance and inner strength. Whether you’re documenting personal journeys of triumph or cherishing everyday moments of resilience, “Unbroken Beauty” provides the perfect backdrop for your stories to unfold with grace and authenticity. Discover the power of storytelling through artistry with this captivating collection, where every page becomes a testament to the beauty found in overcoming adversity.

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