Home From The Hospital

Well, after a week I am finally home! That was the longest, most exhausting week ever. Plus, it didn’t help that I didn’t get much sleep while I was there. They would literally wake me up at midnight, 4 am, 6 am and 7:15 am. The worst part was that they all had energy so […]

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The Blues

This past week has been really hard. I haven’t been feeling as well and I feel as if the inflammation is getting worse. I think its probably in my head but I am tired and feel weaker and just feel unwell. The worst thing is that there is nothing my doctor can do until my […]

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6 of My Favorite Gluten-Free Foods!

So I’ve tried some different foods (trail and error) and have found some great stuff. Here are a few of my favs: 1. Wegman’s Gluten Free Pasta-My FAVORITE pasta hands down. You can try black bean pasta or lentil pasta but it doesn’t beat this. There isn’t a specific shape I like. It’s made out […]

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The Denial

Well guys, I got a letter today. A letter that I knew would come yet, really hope it would not. A letter that held something essential to my life. I got my first denial letter for IVIG. The doctors said that this would happen. After all it is a $20,000 treatment. But IVIG is my […]

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Why My Blog Posts Have Been Sparse

Hey guys-I know I touched on this a little bit but I wanted to touch on it in more detail. I’ve had another hard year but it keeps getting better as we speak. I mentioned earlier that I really want to start up my blog again. Well when I wanted to, my entire computer broke […]

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Being Independent on Independence Day 

People constantly nag me about my relationship status. I usually keep quiet about it just because it’s kinda a rough topic for me. Over time I’ve realized my health situation is a lot for people to handle. Just having good friends around is tough enough. I’d personally feel so bad dragging a boy into my […]

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Why Blogging Is Good For You

When I started this blog, I had no intentions of having 60 countries (more everyday!) read my story. Honestly, I started this blog as a place to vent and a safe haven. When I don’t feel well, I blog. When I’m stressed, I blog. When I’m happy, I blog, When I’m sad, I blog. I […]

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Days of Death

Many of my followers who are going through similar situations, will probably relate to this. Before we go into feeling your worst, I need to clear up some misconceptions some people don’t understand. Just because you see a person who has autoimmune disease smiling, dressed up, laughing and making conversation doesn’t mean in anyway they […]

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