autoimmune anomalies

Part of living with multiple autoimmune diseases is that my body often develops really odd symptoms and syndromes out of the blue. Of course, since I was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, I've come to expect the unexpected at anytime really - and I mentioned in my previous post that my migraines that I…

tiny altars.

So damn easy to say that life's so hard Everybody's got their share of battle scars As for me, I'd like to thank my lucky stars That I'm alive - and well. It'd be easy to add up all the pain And all the dreams you sat and watched go up in flames Dwell on…

so so grateful.

When I shared my previous post on Facebook, I had to laugh and tell everyone that I felt like the April Fools was on me, because, as sure as I wrote it all, my CRPS launched into a full pain crisis and has stayed there. I still meant - and mean - every word of…

on a mission.

Recently, I have been researching complementary therapies to hopefully improve my health and pain levels - in addition to, not in place of, my traditional medication regimen (though I would love to see that reduced one day - but that isn't anything I foresee unfortunately). See, with my physicians, it feels as though I am…

safety. first.

There is a topic that is capital B, Bothering Me. It's not usually in my wheelhouse - which is why I haven't written about it before - but I'm talking about it now because it's important. Some of you may remember a reviling news story last August from Colorado where the Watts family - Shanann…