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Oh The Glamour Of A Day In The Life...

She wakes at 5 am to her husband’s alarm for work with her eyes strained as the bedside lamp is turned on. The dogs stir, hungry for their first meal of the day and anxious to do their “business”. 654 more words

What It Is Like To Live With Sarcoidosis

One day, one hour, one minute at a time..............

When I was growing up, my mother was one of the people I could consistantly turn to with whatever issues of the day I would be facing.   448 more words


Day Zero....LOL...putting a plan into action.


I sit here as I work from home and hear so many things on the television about how we are supposed to eat and live. 191 more words


My Life As A Snowflake

Sarcoidosis is called a snowflake disease because it seems never to impact any two people the exact same way. While there are some generalities about the disease, like 90+% of people impacted have some lung involvement, the symptoms are wide ranging and somewhat random. 284 more words

Thoughts On Life

The Land of In Between

I got a haircut a few days ago. This means I am maintaining my super short, post-chemo look. Andrew calls it a “miniature pixie cut.” Most people who see me—and get over not recognizing me without the long, red hair that defined me for most of my life—tell me that they like my new style. 799 more words

"Who Let the Dog's Out?"

OK.  So it’s time for a little “Dog Therapy.”  I’ve been home a lot since I became ill with Sarcoidosis in July of this year.  My wife has been out working like a trooper and my kids are in school and at work so I have had a lot of “alone time” with my 10-year-old Sheltie Charlie.   199 more words