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D-day has arrived: Operation Hernia, here I come

When I was at the clinic for depression, we discovered a few other things that were wrong with me. You know, the usual, hernias and lesions on my brain. 165 more words

Bipolar Life

Bye bye hernia

Violet developed an umbilical hernia around 6wks of age. At her first doctor appointment at 9wks the GP diagnosed it and said that it will go away on its own and not to worry about it. 182 more words

Development Updates

Its amazing how pets melt our hearts.

What amazes me most is how I can’t picture my life or my home without them.

When Lia had her surgery last week, I have to admit I really missed her. 305 more words


Summer, Haptonomy and Baby Velociraptors.

Back when I thought I’d one day have my life together we decided we wanted kids, we thought long and hard about The Right Time to start. 1,247 more words


As I Lie Here, Plotting ...

I’ve had broken bones. As a small child I had both legs broken in an accident. The right leg, to this day, still has a scar that’s grown with me. 234 more words

Health & Wellness

The "Un-retouched" Cindy Crawford

It’s been awhile since I’ve had a chance to write, so I realize this is no longer timely, but I did want to discuss the… 334 more words

Life In My 30s

Straight, No Chaser: Hernias Are Why Your Doctor Asks You to Turn Your Head and Cough!

Hernias are an uncomfortable topic (no pun intended, for many reasons). Hernias are yet another example of body parts not being in their proper place. They are caused by weak muscles or tissue allowing other tissue to push through in the face of pressure.   404 more words

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