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The spike in my stress level from Cody’s doctors appointments Thursday along with the rapid pace of my life as of late has caught up with me. Sick with a nasty cold, I spend all yesterday lounging around blowing my … Continue reading
It has been almost two and a half years since I have spoken with my sister. Our relationship has never been easy but up until the moment we stopped talking, I continued to try. She is family, after all. I … Continue reading
At 11:16 this morning there was a storm in our living room. Unlike a typical electrical storm where lightening is first seen and then the thunder rattles around, the type of storm that occurred in our living room had thunder … Continue reading
These are all pictures of me. Notice anything? I have Alopecia. I have had it since my senior year in high school although at that time it was not noticeable. I went completely bald in 1994 when my natural golden … Continue reading
A week or two ago (actually I have no idea when, since having children my concept of time has become skewed and everything seems about a week or two ago) we were at the YMCA for Cody’s physical therapy swim. … Continue reading
I don’t know why the props are so serious. Maybe they’re not serious but mad, in a serious way. Regardless of the mental state of the props, I like the expression and think that it makes me sound way cooler … Continue reading
The neurodevelopment appointment led to an orthopedic appointment. This is happening today. There will be talk of surgery involving Cody’s Achilles tendon. Hopefully a very-in-the-future surgery. The neurology appointment led to scary conversations about epilepsy (we found out they stop … Continue reading
As some of you may know, I started working out using the Xbox/Kinect Your Shape workout program a few months ago. After a minor toe injury (what I lovingly refer to as my Xbox Toe) and a bit more of … Continue reading
It has been just shy of eight months. During that time he has had two bouts of fever. Each time we crossed our fingers and watched him like a hawk while alternating acetaminophen and ibuprofen like it was candy. Both … Continue reading