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Hi, my name is Janet I am the owner of Nannys Front Room
I share my creative home-life with my loving, devout husband & 2 sweet pets.
I started making wreaths to be placed n the gravesites of my loved one's, it was never a full time hobby.I opened my shop in 2010 not knowing what would happen, now I can say it has changed my life as the events leading up to it that would turn my world upside down!

I became permanently disabled in Aug. 2010, 3 weeks after our 1 year wedding anniversary. I was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia known as the "Suicide Disease" which lead to 3 brain surgeries. May of 2011 I was losing significant vision in both eyes and had Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration surgery on both eyes.
All the while suffering from debilitating headaches being bounced around to physicians, specialists & surgeons. Finally after 2 months I received the…

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  • Born on June 30
  • Joined December 27, 2010

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Glitter, Lace and my Glue Gun

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Nannys Front Room

About

Hi, my name is Janet I am the owner of Nannys Front Room
I share my creative home-life with my loving, devout husband & 2 sweet pets.
I started making wreaths to be placed n the gravesites of my loved one's, it was never a full time hobby.I opened my shop in 2010 not knowing what would happen, now I can say it has changed my life as the events leading up to it that would turn my world upside down!

I became permanently disabled in Aug. 2010, 3 weeks after our 1 year wedding anniversary. I was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia known as the "Suicide Disease" which lead to 3 brain surgeries. May of 2011 I was losing significant vision in both eyes and had Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration surgery on both eyes.
All the while suffering from debilitating headaches being bounced around to physicians, specialists & surgeons. Finally after 2 months I received the diagnosis, Chiari Malformation, brain surgery #4. A part of my brain was in my spine preventing spinal fluid to flow correctly which is why my head always felt like a balloon that would never pop. My brain & body went into freight/flight mode due to all the trauma & started producing twice the amount of CSF.
I will never forget hearing "You have a brain tumor but there is not actually one there but your brain acts there is one "! WHAT!?!?!?
"It is called Pseudo Tumor Cerebri, the invisible disease, there is no cure but we can implant a shunt in your body that will help regulate/release the amount of spinal fluid in your body". I am literally somewhat of a magnet from the plates & titanium screws in my head and a "computer" inside me. Having had 11 surgeries in 6 years.

It really was a leap of faith, with a little nudge from God and the need to feed my creative mind to start making wreaths daily. It has grown into something I never thought possible - a true blessing.
I hope you enjoy Nannys Front Room, but most of all, I hope you feel empowered to create all things beautiful!



* I live each day to find joy, create and be a little better than the day before.
Carving out my own path at my own pace and getting stronger to enjoy the ride!

Blessings,
Janet








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