There’s always an air of excitement when it is time for me to return to Toledo to either see Bev or Dr. Grubb. I think it’s because it took so long for me to get into them, knowing that they are two of the best Dysautonomia experts in the world. Call it hope, call it an understanding, call it an appreciation for doctors who care and “get it”…call it what you will, but it never seems like a chore to travel to Toledo to see these two incredible doctors and people.
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.
I have decided to join the National Health Blog Post Month Carnival. I just may be crazy with the way I have been feeling and with everything that is jam-packed on my November calendar, but I am going to do the best I can. The challenge is to post everyday for the month of November, using the daily health prompts provided by WEGO Health.
I’m so sorry you can’t work full-time anymore. Aren’t you sad you had to give up full-time?
Thanks, but it really is okay. I am just grateful I can still work half-time, doing what I love.