How To Be A Best Friend To A POTSie

I count myself lucky because, although I am extremely sick and can hardly ever socialize, I have held on to a few friends not related to me or long time family friends. I know that sounds sad, but really, considering my limitations, it is amazing. My best friend since I was about 16, Molly, has... Continue Reading →

Cranky Old Man

My Aunt Lynn shared this poem on Facebook. It made me shed a sentimental tear, so I thought I'd share it with you guys! Cranky Old Man.... What do you see nurses? . . .. . .What do you see? What are you thinking .. . when you're looking at me? A cranky old man,... Continue Reading →

Annoyingly Optimistic

I've been affectionately called "annoyingly optimistic" by others. Throughout my life, my optimism and positive outlook have squashed almost any negative thoughts I've had and replaced them with a more positive perspective. I can thank my parents for my positive outlook and optimism. An optimistic outlook makes you more likely to try things because you aren't... Continue Reading →

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