I'm going to work very hard here to not lean in any political direction. Being vague, yet opinionated is my goal here. Have mercy on me. It's not easy. Everyone has a favorite person, party, opinion and level of personal vitriol they are willing to project at any given time, but no time seems to… Continue reading Save Me From Another Election Year
Over the past few months, I've noticed that I've become increasingly irritated at the general public as a whole. Not with everyone, as I am fortunate enough to encounter pleasant and joyful people in my daily travels and I gain happiness from them. It's the unpleasant encounters that seem to stick out more and more… Continue reading Where has all the kindness gone?
When Fibromyalgia was first mentioned in the medical world, due to its inability to be diagnosed through an actual test (blood, xray, MRI etc), it was mocked and dismissed, causing untold trauma to people seeking help for this debilitating condition. Countless numbers of people fell silent, coming to the realization that many were not taking… Continue reading Living with an Invisible Illness
This has shown up several times on social media shares lately. It truly reminds me of something we would see in school. While I'd love to believe this is something that was truly posted (and maybe it was; you know how the internet can be), there is a part of me that theorizes that it… Continue reading Do Not Go Gently…
Where do I start? I didn't really see too much about this whole "controversy" because to be honest, I wasn't really paying attention. When I first read a little bit about the trending of the word, it took me back to my early thoughts on the word retarded. I've posted many times about it and… Continue reading Trigger Warnings: Yup, I’m Going There
As an individual who currently deals with several "Invisible disabilities", I can assure you that they are real. Currently, I live with psoriatic arthritis, fibromyalgia and hypothyroidism. They all come with varying levels of symptoms that I deal with on a daily basis. There are some days when I have to lie there in bed… Continue reading Particularly Persistent Parking Problems