Okay in need to vent.
So I work with the same person pretty much every shift for 24 hours, it's like having a second family. Anyway I work with a male, so it's like having a work husband without the benefits, lol. Anyway we get to know each other's sleeping habits, eating habits, habits in general and such. Well he tells me the other day that he thinks I'm a hypochondriac. This almost brought me to tears. I wasn't even complaining of anything! I feel like I am sometimes which
Is the arcade back yet? Bonita if it is i cannot find it this will take me a while to adjust but it is so much more to explore
Hello Dear WHL Family;
Do you realize that it was February 17, 2009 when I posted a blog about our then new WHL site provided by Conrad. I talked about our exhilaration as we explored the new site and how we were able to forget our illness for those moments that we spent playing in the arcade, uploading pictures, exploring new capabilities of the site, etc.
I also mentioned that "static" was something that Conrad would NEVER allow! Was I right??? Here we are, less
Another lupus/nephritis related piece from my blog at www.oberata.com Posted here so maybe we can all get a chuckle out of our mortality.
The Simple Choice
“It comes down to a simple choice: get busy livin’ or get busy dyin’.” – Andy Dufresne, Shawshank Redemption
I had another one of those moments today.
It wasn’t when my kidney doc was explaining my options. It wasn’t when he used the words “dialysis” and “maybe next year” in
A Steroid Christmas: Happy Joy Overdrive
a recent article from my blog at www.oberata.com about battling lupus, nephritis, cytoxan, and high-dose prednisone. Thought I could share it here.
Posted on December 26, 2009
BOLD PREDICTION: sometime before you find yourself singing Auld Lang Syne on December 31st, you’ll be reflecting about 2009. You’ll think about your joys, your defeats, Tiger Woods’ new infamy, the recession, Twitter, Obamanomics, health