Tell us a bit about yourself: When and how were you diagnosed? In October 1977 I was at college and
COVID-19 is on everyone’s mind. My family in Germany is safe, but there are areas that have seen big outbreaks.
Throughout the years, I have lived in several places that were prone to natural disasters. New Zealand is earthquake territory, so was California (even though to a lesser extent), and Indiana has tornadoes (thank god, I never had to experience one). The earthquakes I did experience were really small, a little rumble. Now however, I live in the Pacific Northwest, where within the next 50 years, a major quake (around 9 on the scale) is about to hit, another great Cascadia Earthquake.
This one is for the bathroom police, that is, those who feel compelled to tell others that they can’t
I hate going to the dentist. Not because of the pain (not a fan of it, but it’s not awful),
It was Remi-Day on Monday. Praise the lawd I guess, because I sure had flare symptoms. I didn’t sleep well
I would consider myself a progressive liberal, by all means and definitions. I have written about how the election has
Even though I am a lapsed, non-practicing Catholic, there are certain ways that this belief system has shaped the way
Many people with IBD have a hard time conveying that their disease is more than just “a bathroom disease” (whatever
I was put on two different antibiotics, and about a day after the last blog post, my abscess started to