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Flash Back Friday - Unsupported

Originally posted JANUARY 26, 2011

When I first was diagnosed with sarcoidosis, my doctor suggested I join a sarcoidosis support group. I never did. Then when I discovered I had heart failure, my cardiologist suggest I join a heart failure support group. 442 more words


Facebook and Chronic Town

When you live in Chronic Town, Facebook can be a dangerous site to visit. I’m not talking about Facebook’s experiments on emotions, or its pernicious data tracking. 672 more words

Value And Worth

Value is defined as the usefulness of something.

The worth of something is how we rate that value.

Each of us defines value and worth in our own lives differently because every one of us has a different idea of what the costs and benefits are to the things that we either find worthy or don’t find worthy. 666 more words

Thoughts On Life


Chapters: A part, a portion, a subdivision of, a branch, a section…these are all other words that mean chapter.

Life is made of chapters: infancy, early childhood, teenage years, early adulthood, middle age and the golden years. 511 more words

Thoughts On Life

Answering The Award

I recently received a nomination from a fellow blogger J. Gi Federizo over at The End Justifies The Means for a blog award called the Liebster. 745 more words


Brain Fog...It's No Picnic...But I Have To Accept It...And I Will Learn to Laugh About It!

One of the multitude of symptoms of having sarcoidosis involves the slowing of brain function…often referred to as “brain fog”. The cause in not entirely known although in some cases it is directly related to having sarcoidosis of the neurological system. 874 more words

Thoughts On Life

Loren's Badass Chick: Holly Brown

This week’s Badass Chick is Holly Brown, local aesthetician and creator of Looking + Feeling FAB, which provides skin care, products and education to people with cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, ALS and Parkinson’s Disease. 275 more words