1. The illness(es) I live with are: Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 2/3, Dysautonomia (POTS or Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome), and Gastroparesis.
One of my friends emailed me a couple of weeks ago asking what would be my top 25 things that make me smile. Since she asked, I have found myself thinking about it quite often. I am here to say, it is not a bad thing to have to think about the things that make you happy; especially during some difficult, busy, flare-up weeks.
(Thank you, friend. You know who you are).
1. Hugs. Not weak hugs, but those really great, meaningful hugs.
2. Breakfast for dinner.
Outside my window: It is a perfect fall night.
I am thinking: Modern Family now in syndication is a wonderful thing.
Hi friends! Invisible Illness Week is fast approaching (September 9-15). I was asked to fill this out, and just before I was about to respond with, “I already did it two years ago,” I thought about it and realized a lot has changed in two years. Therefore, some of my answers are different and some have remained the same. I wanted to post it early, before school starts, since I am unsure how my body will respond or adjust to being back to work again. So here you go. My 30 things.
Rose: The kids.
Thorn: Waking up to an alarm clock again.
Rose: Working with some of my best friends.