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May marks the sixth year I have been blogging at Mama Sick. This year I am finding the challenges of mental illness difficult to deal with. Due to being depressed, I have had long occasions in which I did not … Continue reading
Right Click Paste!
Prompt: 2. Open a blank blog post and “right click paste” in the body of the post…what was pasted? Explain it. Spoon Theory mentioned on MTV! http://www.mamasick.com/2015/03/the-spoon-theory-gets-a-mention-on-mtv/ … #SpooniesThankMTV I am really happy that this was my last cut and … Continue reading
The Wait is Over
After several weeks of waiting, my doctors’ appointments and tests begin tomorrow. I see the Infectious Disease Specialist, who hopefully will determine if I have Lyme Disease. This is my third try for a definitive answer. On Thursday I see … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged chronic illness, chronic illnesses, Cystoscopy, Infection Disease Specialist, Lyme Disease, sleep study 8 Comments
O Christmas Tree: A Family Affair
This year between my physical and mental health I could not be the driving force behind getting the tree, putting up the lights, decorating it, etc. It is probably the latest I have ever done it, but the Christmas tree … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Christmas, chronic illness, chronic illnesses, Emily, Grant, holiday stress, holidays, mom, Tyler 3 Comments