Gastroparesis. Just another one of those lovely perks of EDS and POTS. I get these flairs where my stomach decides to stop working. As if it decides to go on strike with no warning at all.
I love finding new blogs. I have found a few from those of you who have sent me messages and/or have left comments. If you are comfortable doing so, please comment on this post with a link to your blog/website to share with me and the people who read this site.
- 3 Days of Home Rehab.
- My PT appointment was cancelled this week.
- Great article about living with an Invisible Illness. It’s not long but in my opinion, it speaks volumes.
For the sake of documenting…
6:25: Drag myself out of bed, shower, coffee, get ready. Bad day-Blow dry hair only. Good day-Blow dry and curl hair.
7:30: (On a good day) Hurry out the door.
7:50: Get to school and prepare the classroom.
I have talked with quite a few family members about the power and emotion that is evoked from this piece. I have gone back and re-read it over and over again. Some of you have already read it, but I know that some of you have not. My sister’s boyfriend, Gabe, had posted this essay as a comment on a post I did about “What are awesome things in your world?” After reading his comment for like the 37484 time tonight, I finally decided that it belonged in it’s own post. It is something that I want to document so that I can go back and read it whenever I need a dose of what honor is all about.