I pine for the day that my story…

What change, big or small, would you like your blog to make in the world?

is released to a big enough audience so that the impact is far more vast.

It isn’t because I want the title of Best-Seller, no, it is because I feel like the world could benefit from the medical atrocities I have experienced in the past 20 years.

The truth is, I am determined to prove to the world that regardless of the utter sorcery that life mangles one with, they can still live a bountiful and thriving existence.

I have spent a good amount of my life managing several illnesses. It all began at age 11. I had been losing “bits of time” only to find out that I was having seizures. That began all of my struggles with my health. It was as if it tipped off the avalanche of chain-reaction mishaps.

What I want from this blog is for people to see and hear the real me. To trust my words as truths and to see just how different this world can be. I want to provide you with the lessons that I have learned during this time. Lessons of fate, overcoming, success, and failures. I am as I am. If I can help people learn a little something, than I know I have done a good job on this platform.

I have died. Come back. Died again, again, and again… and one more time. 😂

If there is one thing I have learned and wish to share is the true value and meaning of life. Having had it ripped away from me 5 times, I have learned that life is unique and fragile. If you are struggling, please don’t give up. You can do this. Please do it before you have to die 5 times. That was far too deadly of a habit. I gave that habit up… I hope 😂.

Be thankful for what you have. If you have a car, be very thankful. Can you afford food? Great. Can you afford medical care? Awesome.

Those are all of the things and more that I have had to experience during some of the scariest times of my life.

I wrote Hospital of Horrors to assist the readers into understanding the fragility of life.

4 responses to “I pine for the day that my story…”

  1. It’s never an easy thing, life. But it’s something we all travel, like a worn shoe on a path. Even if you take time and sit, there’s always that “what if” around the corner. So, we get up on life and peek. Your posted words is the currency of a rich person. The honesty you display is wonderful. I’m not familiar with this site but when I do find your postings, it’s refreshing because you’re very real. Thank you for taking time to share part of yourself.

    1. Thank you so much for your thoughtful and kind reply. I am glad that you enjoy the posts. I am absolutely real. I will not hide behind flowery language or omissions. I am 100% up front and personal. 🙂 I hope you are having a nice day!

  2. I admire you for sharing your story. It will help others in many ways I am sure. I admit from our first interaction my train of thought of you has changed. I always liked you but I went from that poor sweet girl to that bad ass girl when I see your post or think of you. Not to mention you almost gave me a heart attack when you slipped off Panda and you and your grandma were like that is nothing. You got back on to top it off. So continue to be a bad ass and share your story.

    1. Thank you so much for bringing back that fun memory 🤣 I miss riding so much, but no one really has room around here for another rider. I’ve tried 🤷🏻 I hope you, Panda, Peso, and Jonah are doing well!

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