Monthly Archives: January 2014

Surgery #7 report

I finally got my surgical report. It’s been almost six weeks since my surgery. The word that is used often and throughout this report is significant. Did I mention this is my seventh surgery? Fourth and last with this doctor. … Continue reading

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Bloggers Unite: What EndoMarch 2014 means to me personally

What does the million woman march for endometriosis (EndoMarch2014) mean to me? I could do a video blog for this one, but really, I’ve always been a “behind the scenes” kind of person. I worked on sets and wardrobes rather … Continue reading

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A busy mind-dog post

I always have so much on my mind. It’s a nuisance. I’ve been preoccupied with my dogs lately. Yes, even though I just had surgery, all I can think about are he dogs. Since the old guy passed away a … Continue reading

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Long road- inspirational

When the road is long, remember to live in the moment, you are not alone. Picture taken by Melanie

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Bloggers unite for Endomarch 2014

My friend Casey from Chances Our has brought us together for a fun assignment to promote awareness for Endo. The who, what, where, when and how, basic info. So here goes(I am trying not to get sidetracked and finding it … Continue reading

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Scary weather and me update

Luckily for me I had a snow day on Friday, we opened in the afternoon, but they only needed a skeleton staff. I’m very grateful I wasn’t on it. We had a mini blizzard. The snow wasn’t that deep, about … Continue reading

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Too soon

First day back to work. Two words. Too soon! The computer still doesn’t work. I’ve been out two weeks and that broke a week before I left. So instead of being able to sit in one place all day as … Continue reading

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