Tag Archives: Addison’s Disease

March 31, 2015: Fearing a Crisis

Missing yet another day of work I can’t afford to miss. My kids are all STAAR testing today. (Our state test measure of learning here in TX) I had really hoped I could be there, but my glimmer of hope … Continue reading

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December 18, 2014: Chemo Day #3 – Not a Fun Day

I’ve spent most of today puking, thinking I might vomit, or wishing I could just throw up so I could feel better. This is not a very fun way to spend the day. Everything that worked yesterday, didn’t work so … Continue reading

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December 18, 2014: The Battlegrounds of Chemo

Chemo Night #2 – I WON! Chemo Morning #3 – Currently Losing! The nausea monster returned last night around eight o’clock. We started the anti-nausea regiment, and I snuggled in to watch the Sing-Off. I couldn’t wait to hear Home … Continue reading

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November 12, 2014: An Honest Steroid Report

Day 1 – Twitching, sleepless night – this is why normal people don’t take steroids at night. My doctor felt it best to get started right away since my numbers were so low. She obviously doesn’t sleep with me. Poor … Continue reading

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November 11, 2014: A Season A Lot Like Winter

Sometimes we gradually transition into the next season of the year. The weather gradually changes and things gradually die or come back to life. In all seasons, life is beginning, sleeping, or ending. None of it happening without purpose, or … Continue reading

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