January: I finished up PT, OT and speech therapy that started November/December 2017. With FA being progressive, it’s always beneficial to continue PT, OT and speech each year to keep yourself on the up and up. February: I started a new research trial at my home away from home – Tampa, FL. I had a… Continue reading My 2018 synopsis
Since the BIG 3-0 is only days away and the end of the year is quickly approaching, I want to leave my 20s and 2017 with everything I started writing to share with you now! I started many posts and topics, but never finished🤦🏻♀️ Shocker! Writing, for me, comes in waves; I get the flames… Continue reading Five Months Crammed Into Words & Pics & Vids
Remember my post a year ago about asking for questions to answer on my next blog post? Well, 365 days later, 6 posts ago and some juicy content, here it is! Three awesome questions: 1. Do you still see people (old friends, distant family) who aren’t aware of your current health situation? Or do most… Continue reading Raw Material. Caution.
My plate has been overly full lately. Trying to write a post has felt merely impossible. Once I get a topic rolling or an idea in my head, something comes about to change my direction. So let’s see if I can stay on track… First off, as some of you may have already seen on… Continue reading The Mods of Life
These past two months have not been even close to my favorites. I’ve had some ‘Debbie’ moments and lost track of my good path. I was losing a part of myself to anger, sadness, bitterness, coldness…pretty sure I was leaving a sour taste in people. I was stuck in a place where I lost sight… Continue reading Negative Nancy vs. Positive Polly
Happy 2017, all you beautiful people! Where to even begin…wow! It’s only January 7th and I know this year is going to be filled with some crazy good, crazy not-so-good & just plain crazy! One of my goals is to keep this blog updated more frequently. I know. I know…I’ve said this before, but I’m… Continue reading New Everything
June 10th, 2012 at 12:44 a.m., my precious Elijah, took his first breath and I was officially ordained into motherhood. That moment I saw my child for the first time, feeling his skin, watching his chest move up and down and hearing his little cry gave me all the feels. It was pure joy. An… Continue reading The ins, the outs, the what-have-yous