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Life as I see it. Thoughts, events & random musings.

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The Last week in Images from Instagram

The Last week in Images from Instagram

Purple Iris About To Bloom 4/6

Dark Purple Tulip About To Bloom 4/6

Purple Iris in Bloom 4/7

My cat Zazzle 4/7

INR Test Day 4/8

Azalea Bloom 4/8

Dr. D and I 4/9

Father In Law Bought Me a Laptop! 4/9

Timber Waiting for Doug To Get Up 4/10

Tulip in Full Bloom 4/10

Zazzle Keeping Me Company While I Write 4/11

Doug and Timber 4/11

Surviving Tree Mating Season! 4/12

Ball of Zazzle. (Just…

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Where My Demons Hide

Where My Demons Hide

This song has special meaning to me. I can’t get it out of my head. Around the time I started hearing it excessively on the radio, was the time my body started failing me. It will forever be a reminder of when my body started showing me signs of having Antiphospholipid Syndrome. and Lupus.

I know my family and friends have probably…

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The words won’t write themselves

The words won’t write themselves

Had you met me when I was a curly-haired little 5-year-old and asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up. I would’ve simply answered: I will be a famouswriter. This remained a dream of mine throughout my childhood, through my awkward years as a teenager. I saw my way through my twenties still saying, someday I WILL be a WRITER!!!! Here I sit at 30, wondering how I’m going to achieve this goal…

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My Grandma Reads Old Magazines

My Grandma Reads Old Magazines

(I wrote this a few weeks ago, between my two Rheumatology appointments. We were pretty certain at that point the diagnosis would be Lupus based on the discussion with my Rheumatologist’s assistant. We all already knew it was Lupus, my doctors, and family.  We all knew.)I got a random text from my mom a few days ago. It isn’t odd for my mom to text me randomly. It’s a rather frequent and…

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