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And my arm. Bumps on my arm.
Let me back up.
I’ve said before that I wish I’d started this blog sooner, perhaps before and during the diagnosis process, so that you could all come along on this journey with me and experience things as I experienced them. 572 more words
I’m always nervous when one of my children performs. Maybe it’s my childhood memory of the burning shame of forgetting my lines, or the sight of them so small, so vulnerable on a big stage, bursting with pride to take part: I’m one of those mothers staring intently at their child, mouthing their words, on the brink of an embarrassing loss of self-control. 520 more words
I get a lot of questions about the medications I’ve been on, and it’s certainly a laundry list. These are only my unique experiences and I do not have any sort of medical background. 2,296 more words
I’m sitting here at 11:43pm waiting on my pain meds to kick in and watching John Wick, if you haven’t seen it and are a fan of action and a lot of guns plus Keanu Reeves look it up. 824 more words