Monthly Archives: March 2016


When I was a freshman in college, my first assignment in English 101 was to write a narrative. My professor said she did not care what we wrote about, fact or fiction, as long as it was grammatically sound, sensible, … Continue reading

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The War of Contrasting Emotions

I’ve never been much of a morning person. I was one of those kids who hid under the bed covers with a small flashlight reading a book way past the time when I was supposed to be asleep. Being an … Continue reading

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I Miss Me

Yesterday was one of the worst days I have had in a very long time. One of the most difficult aspects of living with disease is the unpredictability it brings. I have said this before, but it is worth repeating. … Continue reading

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I Hate Facebook

Yes. I have probably said this before. I am going to say it again. I hate Facebook. Hate it. HATE it. Every single time I sign onto Facebook, something pisses me off and/or angers me. Why do I keep my … Continue reading

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The Forks Are Out To Get Me

Perhaps you read the above title and thought this was going to be about food. I could SO easily go in that direction right now! I will not, though, and instead, I will save that topic and revisit it soon. … Continue reading

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True Friends

I’ve read that hard times show who your true friends really are. Having never had an extensive list of people I could call friends, I wasn’t sure if that saying would play out as truth or not. Four years ago, … Continue reading

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The Smallest of Blessings

Some days are just tough. Sometimes, those kinds of days string together to make a cluster of tough days. The human mind is capable of withstanding much force against it. The human body is designed to do the same thing. … Continue reading

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