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E is for Epilepsy: The Big Update

I realized recently that I have been doing a bad job of updating people on recent events with Jake.  I am going to let myself off the hook since the last few months have been completely bonkers with concerts, finals, … Continue reading

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The Grace of Blank Pages

Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved to read books.  I have read everything from silly books for children all the way up to incredibly intense books on the Holocaust.  I find that the harder the book, … Continue reading

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Camping Hell/Nirvana

We hit the family jackpot this week when both Greg and I had the week off from work. We both desperately needed to get away.  We’ve been too busy, too stressed, had too much going on, and know that we … Continue reading

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Chronic Pain: One Day At a Time

Over the years of pain, surgeries, bandits, house burning down, and other life-exploding things, I have lost count of how many times I’ve been told, “Oh, honey, you just need to take it one day at a time.”  To which … Continue reading

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Chronic Pain: A Spiral Broken

As I sat down to begin my new blog series on chronic pain, I had to take so many deep breaths, I just about hyperventilated and fell over.  It’s not something I’ve talked about very much.  You may not even … Continue reading

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Calm in the Storm

It could be argued that my life kinda bites right now.  Our house got broken into and a ton of our stuff stolen.  I’ve done nothing the last two days except talk to insurance agents and file claims.  Not only do … Continue reading

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Shut Up and Wait

We’ve all seen the studies about how much time in our day is wasted on waiting. Waiting in lines, waiting at stop lights, waiting for traffic to clear up, waiting at the movies… Even though we can learn and exercise … Continue reading

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