I forgot what it feels like to live a normal life and I may never experience it again. I have hope, however, with new developments in pharmaceuticals and biotech devices. I keep up with the latest trials and breakthroughs on the horizon. In the meantime, I do my best with the medicines I am currently … Continue reading Steady Progress: An RA Story
Sarah and I loved to decorate for Christmas. Our first Christmas together we had one Christmas tree as most sane people do. Over the years we kept adding trees throughout our home. Eventually, we had a tree in every room including the bathrooms and laundry room. Each tree had a unique theme and Sarah’s artistry […] … Continue reading Can I decorate this year? Yes, No, Maybe. — STILL SARAH (message from my Father-in-law)
Some days offer a bucket half full, others 3/4 full, but rarely is it overflowing anymore.
What does it look like to be sufficiently healed? That is the question I asked while writing the two workbooks (soon to be launched into the universe). What does sufficient mean? Sufficient - according to Miriam-Webster, the definition is "enough to meet the needs of a situation or a proposed end". Let's go with "enough for … Continue reading What Does Sufficient Healing Mean? A Writer’s Story
Put the parking brake on! Time to take assessment of this medical path!!
I realize this is a dream, a life moment in time travel.
I will pray, and pray, and pray - and keep shooting medicine into my body.
How could he suggest I needed help? Was my physical condition so far gone we had to pay someone to care for our home? I had a choice.
How I found my expert advocate team - quite a journey!
This is how God made me, designed through the genetics passed down from generation to generation on my mother's side and my father's side.