Joined 11 years ago from Rotterdam, The Netherlands
I am a woman and mother living in the Netherlands, who has worked in the medical field for over 20 years as an assistant clinical research in dutch hospitals.
I have published articles with medical topics like Alzheimer's disease and dementia (which is of a personal interest to me since my dad has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's) and in the past I have published articles in equestrian (dutch) magazines and have written and illustrated many medical brochures.
Also I have written a book about my ethnic (nomadic) background but it's published for family only. (I have the intention of rewriting it in the english language if I can interest a publisher!)
My passions are painting, visiting galleries and musea and up-and-coming bands, history, archeology, reading, drawing, designing tattoo's, embroidering, sewing and designing "vintage" purses and fashion, crochetting, knitting and writing on a diverse range of topics!
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