Shifting Seats – Would you still really love to stay home all day?

It’s been interesting to watch able-bodied people learn how to cope with isolation, something us house and bedbound people have been dealing with for years. I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that it makes me want to shout from the rooftops, “See, this is how it feels to live in a cage.” I don’t …

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Am I freaking out?

A little yes. Do I have good reason, also yes. Because I like to know how things work, I’m now well versed on how the virus attacks the body (per a credible source) and it’s not pretty. It can attack the lungs, heart, and brain. I have cardiovascular issues, bronchial issues, brain stem issues, and …

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Insurance Woes

This is a full on rant about my last two day with health insurance. It's more of a diary entry so I just thought I better add this disclaimer in case you were popping in for something uplifting. 🌸   Where to begin… A little back story. At the end of last year, I decided …

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What do you consider your greatest strength?

Can you believe how quickly this year is flying by? Hard to believe next year is 2020. As we zoom into, and through, the holidays, I’m going to try to keep things lite here. Let’s face it, the holidays are already jam packed with emotions, for everyone. So, for the rest of the year, unless …

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October is Dysautonomia Awareness Month

Aside from Pumpkin everything, October is also Dysautonomia awareness month. Unless you have a dysautonomia medical condition you’re likely wondering what in the world I’m talking about now. Whelp if you’re curious here is a little info. According to Dysautonomia International: “Dysautonomia is an umbrella term used to describe several different medical conditions that cause …

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