My life could be summed up with one word ‘complicated’. That’s not a complaint though, my life and all the experiences in it are what have made me the person that I am. I share my life with a beautiful 4 year old, Littleun and we have a little heartbeat hidden in my tummy that we call Wee Chameleon. I grew up in Scotland until I was 13 and then moved over to Greece where I fell in love at 15  and got totally swept up in the Greek culture. Quite a strange thing for a stubborn headed Scottish lass to go through. We had our beautiful girl back here in Scotland and realised after some time that he couldn’t live happily here and I couldn’t live happily there which lead to a very emotional break up. Since then I have lived through 2 years of an abusive relationship and  am now in the process of trying to separate my life from his.

I have lived with Fibromyalgia for about 15 years. I am going through a proper diagnosis for it now with numerous visits to docs and hospital. Fibro includes symptoms such as muscle pain, nerve pain, joint pain, fatigue and brain fog. It doesn’t make life very easy though it is my normal.

I love creativity, I hope to organise craft fairs in the future and would love to open up a gallery shop to bring creative people together though I have taken a break from that gig to concentrate on my babies and myself for a while. I thought that starting this blog would give me something creative to do while I keep myself busy with us.

7 Responses to “About”
  1. I look forward to reading this – a brilliant start!

  2. Di Sandland says:

    Darling, it won’t let me comment on your burfday post! I just wanted to say I’m so glad it’s a good day for you and that my advice would be to make this day the first day of the rest of your life. By that I mean – it’s so positive you should try to keep the positivity going somehow. Like putting a plaster on those wings of yours.


    • myrustyhalos says:

      Di thank you so much for everything you’ve done towards my birthday. I love the bookmark and it means a lot to me, it was the one that brought the tears to my eyes. It’s so cool having a signed copy of your book and I’m looking forward to getting stuck in to it. I am really going to try and make today the first day of a fresh start and go on like you say in a positive way. The wings are slowly healing and your kindness is a big push in the right direction.

      I think you may have read the first copy of the post. I published it by accident before it was ready! I’ve added quite a bit since then. It should be open for comments now.


  3. Hi Siobhan,

    Hope all is OK. Thought you might like this VBA!


    Lesley x.

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