I recently received an email from a Mom whose daughter has just been diagnosed with EDS and POTS. She had questions about my exercise routine with POTS and EDS. It made me think about how I have really neglected this blog the last few months. I am honestly having trouble finding the time and the energy to keep everything updated, but I am going to try and do better. I feel it’s important; especially for awareness and documentation sake. When I think back to why I started this blog in the first place, one of the reasons was to document my journey for learning to live with EDS and POTS. When I was really sick, I remember looking all over the Internet for blogs that did the same. I found such comfort in reading about other people’s stories that were so similar to mine.
Send tickets to sponsors. Deposit sponsor checks. Send ad reminders. Constant Contact Email. Update Foundation Website. Link Blog to Foundation Site. Pick up Panopolous Sponsorship on Tuesday. Follow up on other sponsorships. Schedule Kellogg Meeting to plan/order food & room design. Design t-shirts and order.
Goodbye February, Hello March!
1) What I was reading: Emails! Other blogs, teacher stuff, CNN, texts, and more emails.
2) Top three songs I was drawn to: Try, Optimistic Thought, Lonesome
Sometimes people come into your life and change you for the better. Sometimes people have a lasting impact on your perspective and outlook .
My co-teaching partner, Zondra, is one of those people.
There’s a lot swirling around in this head of mine.
You should see my to-do list. It’s pretty scary.