Chronic Illness to Creativity

You went from being a healthy, active, participating member of society to being house or even bedbound. Now what? Well, first you’ll likely need to shake the dust off because that’s a lot to sift through emotionally, but then hopefully you’ll be off to figure out what you can still do to contribute to your …

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Foggy Day, Brain Foggy That Is

Today is one of those days where my mind is foggy, my eyes are blurry, and the words seem off in the distance. I should be flat in bed, I know that, but instead I’m sitting in bed, propped up with pillows, staring at the blinking cursor. It’s like when you open the fridge door …

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Chronic Illness: Generational Effects

At the tender age of 12 the doctor told me that my mom had only two months to live. It was news that I couldn’t fully process at that age, maybe it sent me spiraling into a state of shock. I don’t know, but luckily, my mom was tough as nails, and I didn’t have …

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Why do you see so many doctors?

Hello there. Thanks for stopping by today. If you’re a fellow spoonie you’re very likely familiar with just how different doctor’s appointments can unfold. You probably have your favorites sorry doctor’s but we do. You’ve probably also been questioned about why you continue to see a doctor if you don’t like the way that person …

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Spring, Sunlight, Longer Days…What’s Not to Love?

Well folks, there’s another Winter in the books. Spring has finally arrived, and I can see the flowers blooming and hear the birds chirping from here (not really but you know what I’m saying). It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day routines of life, but Spring certainly deserves a little recognition, don’t you …

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