Put yer eyebrows on foo!

So today I got my holter monitor attached to me. Mine is either really technologically advanced or this is a really old photo of a woman wearing a holter. In my search for images I noticed that the top two electrodes in ALL the photos were placed up higher on the chest, just like in […]

Finding Out Who You Are

I saw this quote today and it sparked a memory… I took this photo from the passenger seat of our car one morning on the way to the University Hospital upstate. This shot turned out to be our last trip up although we didn’t know it at the time. We drove up for 3 consecutive […]

My Big Fat Greek Mom Guilt

No, I’m totally not Greek at all. I was trying to be hip. Oh wait, hip’s not hip. Oh what? That movie was like big, like, a decade ago?? Haha, you know as I was writing that I thought, hey this is the funniest stuff! I do try though, don’t I? Today is our son’s […]

My Last Visit With My Rheumy

  I’m still sitting out back drinking my coffee and thinking. In a few hours we’ll be heading up north for my last visit with my rheumy before we move. He was my second rheumy and the first doc to really show that he cared. I was SO excited when he said he’d take me […]

Looking Back and Moving On

  Image courtesy of Bit Strips on Facebook. I’m hopelessly addicted to making these cartoons… We’re in the process of packing to move across the country. It’s a job that seems undoable to me at the moment. Whatever’s going on in my body makes me really, really unreliable. When I’m standing upright I have an […]

AARDA and “My Autoimmune Story”

The American Autoimmune Related Disease Association, or AARDA, launched a video series called “My Autoimmune Story” to increase awareness and education of autoimmune disease.  Actress Kelly Martin, who is a spokesperson for AARDA, started off the series with a video of her own. She speaks about losing her sister to lupus and how it has […]