I refuse to admit how I know this blogger, but you will want to follow this one...
Here is a fun NEW blog for you to check out. Someone I happen to know (I plead the 5th on how) recently turned 29, and so she has begun a year-long bucket list of thirty things she wants to do before she hits the Big 3-0. It's fun and funny, so check out her first-hand experience in this entry: Botox!
I always love having this fellow Austen Variations Author join me for Coffee because I have the chance to get to know her better. My guest today is the beautiful Maria Grace, who stopped by for a Coffee visit in April to talk about her novels, her blackbelt (!), and hummingbirds. Chatting together, we find that we have more in common than we knew. She and I are both Southern girls, and we had similar upbringings over which we can empathize! Also, as followers of my Facebook page know, I have been suffering with a bout of writer's block, and like Maria, I have tried returning to pen and paper to get the creative juices flowing. I am inspired by her ability to break through the block - I only hope I don't have to run 50 miles to do it! (That's not happening!) Of course, we also share a love of all things Darcy! Maria is back today to tell us where that hummingbird has led her next, and I know you will want to follow along (and you won't have…
Greetings, dear readers!
Yes, I know, it has been quite some time since I have posted a blog. I could provide a litany of reasons why I have essentially vanished from social media, but today - for the last day of Ehlers-Danlos Awareness Month - instead I would like to focus on this debilitating and degenerative joint disorder. I have had Type III EDS all my life but was not properly diagnosed until 2011. Then all the puzzle pieces began to fall into place: the sprains, the splints, the surgeries.
The following events occurred in 2007-2008, three years prior to my diagnosis. In 2009, one of the physicians who had treated me sent me this email: Ms. Saucier - I have been asked to give a presentation on evaluation of abdominal pain to a large conference of nurse practitioners here i…