The Naughty Bun is me, Berte. The blog name is derived from a nickname I got as a toddler, when I was a rather rotund thing with a mischievous streak. I’m not as rotund anymore, though. I’m married to a wonderful guy (have been since 1993), and we have two kids – girl born 1998, and boy 2001. I was diagnosed with MS in 1994, so the marriage vows “in sickness and health” got meaning pretty early on in our marital life. I must say I think it has worked out well, he’s been a great support all the way. It’s been easy to not give up with someone like him sharing my life. Or is it that he’s sharing my life with me because I never gave up? Doesn’t matter, really. I’m here, happily married, and ready to share my bits of wisdom with you.
MS affecting me the way it did meant that I never managed to finish an education, and I was put on disability in ’96. I’ve tried so hard to get away from that, but haven’t managed yet. Which does not mean I won’t ever, it just means I haven’t found the right way to leave it behind.
I did Soul Coaching® training with Denise Linn in 2004, which means I am a certified Soul Coach® – and you might see that play out in what I write about. I have also had a fair share of mystical experiences, which definitely define me and my life, and which have got me started writing down my conversations with God, or Sirius (brightest star on the night sky, and sometimes I have a clear feeling of talking to several entities, not just one. And they wanted to be called Sirius. I guess partly because I love Sirius Black). Much in the same way Neale Donald Walsch did – bless him for showing me it was not only possible to do, but that you could keep your sanity while doing so. I was doubting myself a bit to start with. Anyway, feeling the love of the Divine (or God, I just struggle a bit with that title, as I got religious poisoning as a kid, but I’m working on it) is definitely a divine experience, and while I can’t make anyone feel it, I will share a bit of what comes through. Just me writing the blog is a result of a Sirius prompt. Or rather, a long series of prompts, over many years, to share what I experience as I work my way through life with MS.