My Jamberry Journey 2.5 months on touches on the more personal side of the business, as well as more updates since the last time I shared about my journey.
A few weeks ago we received a call from one of the Adults from the Army Cadet weekend Kiesha was attending. They asked if she suffered from fits. It’s not something she has suffered from in the past. As she had a series of them we had to get to Weston-Super-Mare Hospital 1.5hrs away. Once we arrived Mark and I stayed with her practically day and night for just over a week and when it was not both of us it was one of us while the other came back to be with our other children.
Kiesha was then transferred to Southmead Hospital in Bristol as it is the number one neurological hospital in the UK.
Luckily where she is now within that hospital they are much better equipped to deal with everything Kiesha is experiencing. This means we are no longer needing to be with her day and night. The even better news is they have ruled out epilepsy and know that there is no permanent damage occurring from the seizures.
The above picture was taken during a good moment when Kiesha was receiving some sister therapy from Soraya 🙂
Soraya bless her was a constant comfort to all of us.
She had smiles for everyone; the nurses, the doctors and the patients… She was such a blessing to so many and I know it really helped Kiesha.
So, while all of this was going on my amazing team were being there for each other and supporting each other anyway they could. It is just another reason why I love Jamberry so much. The company as a whole really does encourage a community, family ethos and that shines through.
Jamberry Journey 2.5 Months on
2.5 months on and I am still loving every minute. I am having a blast in my online Social Media parties. They have received great feedback as well which is fantastic. My team is still going from strength to strength and watching them grow and flourish is the most rewarding part.
The flexibility is what I have to say I am extremely grateful for at this time, well that and getting paid weekly! That has really helped us to cope with the ever increasing fuel bill.
My customers are fabulous and many have already become friends. Again it feels very community based which is just lovely…
At this time once again I have complete positivity to report. The training being offered by Jamberry is also consistently giving me ideas and encouragement to try new things and push myself outside of my comfort zone. For me it really feels as though it is helping me to develop personally too which is a fabulous feeling.
Once again I look forward to our next Jamberry Journey update and as always if you would like to have an informal chat to see if this opportunity is a match for you then do message me.