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Things Epilepsy Taught Me 

My mom has had seizures my entire life, and the longest she had ever went without having one was the 9 months she was pregnant with me. 656 more words

Epilepsy

My Favorite


When my children were little I would go say goodnight to them in their rooms, give them kisses, and whisper, “You are my favorite. By far! 410 more words

Love

A Love Worth Giving

I had big plans for the day. I was going to have one cup of coffee while reading for no more than 30 minutes then I’d finish packing and moving (in preparation for a landlord sponsored floor replacement).   534 more words

5 lessons I learned in 5 years of Med school

Hey everyone!

As you may know from my Instagram/Facebook page (or by personally knowing me, let’s not forget that:p), I have recently finished my 5th year as a Medical student. 645 more words

Leisure Time

come again? 

I’m not sure what it is about ya girl, but people tend to like engaging in conversation with me? Like complete strangers.

After work yesterday, I met this woman who asked if we were hiring, as she knows a young man that’s been diligently looking for work in a restaurant. 440 more words

Professor Good Baby's lesson on Sunday:

Professor Good Baby’s lesson on Sunday: Sunday is great because we go to church in the morning (see lesson on church) and then we come home take a nap and the adults do chores around the house to get ready for the week so the rest of us play, sometimes outside sometimes inside. 90 more words

Hypocrisy in Religion: A Lesson on Acceptance

Today is the Muslim holiday of Eid Al-Fitr, aka Korité, which celebrates the end of Ramadan. It’s a big deal here in Senegal, where people are gathering with their families and loved ones to feast, pray, and celebrate the end of a month of fasting. 1,120 more words

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