Anyone who has read more than one post on this blog surely must know I have some interesting medical conditions that all stem from one particularly troublesome and interesting case of a clotting disorder called antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, sometimes referred to as Hughes disease after Dr. Graham Hughes (currently practicing at Lupus Center at London... Continue Reading →
Hid in the garden The verdant blooming jasmine Growing forgotten in the Abandoned flowering beds Waits for the sunshine.
I am a Baby Pegasus Unicorn. I realize you may not be able to see my horn but it's there, supporting my halo, and if you've never seen me ballet you might not realize how talented I am that even on a dying (okay, completely dead) foot with catastrophic widespread arterial and veinous clotting I... Continue Reading →
Sweet elixir mine Pushed, pushes away all that Torments, grieves, and plagues Haiku © 2018
Anyone who has been a reader for long knows that I am a firm believer that what you put into yourself is what comes out and what you put into the world has the power to bring life to those whom you encounter... or not. I would be lying if I didn't admit that this... Continue Reading →
I don't know about you but "up in flames" are not words I associate with medical treatment... at least they weren't until recently. Several years ago when one of my odd conditions was finally diagnosed I started doing research. This disease leaves one extremity with skin that has a red lacy "rash" across it but... Continue Reading →
A little more than a month ago, I started a new chapter in my life when I moved 800 miles south on my own in order to begin a recovery program for amputees. Living in a Fisher House (very nice room with a private bath -one of 20 rooms in my house - with a... Continue Reading →