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Three Things You Can Do to Open Yourself Up to Life's Possibilities and Adventures

As someone who lives her life with a lot of structure, being open and spontaneous doesn’t always come easy. I’ve mentioned my schedule, planning  and my obsession for list making in several other posts (you can read the Why My Planner is Life post… 1,026 more words


Wise Words Wednesday - Ziad K. Abdelnour

“Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it.”

― Ziad K. Abdelnour


In The 1800s, Carib Indian Was The New Black, Or How My Ancestors Lied About Our Ancestry And Now My Sarcoidosis Genetics Makes Sense

When I was diagnosed with Sarcoidosis I was asked if my heritage had either Scandinavian or African as these people were more susceptible to getting Sarcoidosis. 458 more words


Routine...Can't Live With It...Can't Live Without It

Routine is not a matter of comfort for people with sarcoidosis. Routine is a matter of survival. Those of us with chronic disease depend on routine to manage everything from physical pain to body numbing fatigue to the constant emotional upheaval of our pain and fatigue. 452 more words


A Solitary Fight

There comes a time with sarcoidosis, when you finally realize that you are truly, utterly and completely alone with your disease and, in that moment you feel like the very life is being sucked out of you, like someone ripped inside your chest and tore out your heart. 708 more words

What It Is Like To Live With Sarcoidosis

Rage, Rise and Defeat Sarcoidosis!

Rage against the angst…

Rise beyond the pain…

Climb out of darkness…

Look for the light…

Fight for your life…

Seek to find hope…

Soar above the torment… 11 more words


Why do I Relay?

This is a question that was posed to all of the bloggers with the challenge to answer it. I am going to attempt to do just that. 1,219 more words