Monday, May 31, 2010

Check Me Out! I'm in the local Newspaper!


Jennifer said...

That's awesome! Great write-up on you and cute pic!

Abbie H. said...

Hey girl! I was in the middle of writing a comeback post on my blog and was thinking through the people I've had the pleasure of crossing paths with and I thought of you. You had crossed my mind the other day also and it got me to wondering how you were feeling-especially since I haven't read any new posts lately from you. So I thought I'd stop in and say hi!

Hope you are doing well and your absence is because you are feeling amazing and enjoying the summertime with your kids!

Sarah said...

Hey Abbie!

I'm doing well. I took a little break from blogging just to get my head together. I actually just started a new blog called Devic's Disease, here's the link. I wanted it to be seperate from my business name so I can cuss freely. LOL!

Apparently, I have that now, Devic's I mean. It's a rare form of MS, diagnosed June 22, 2010. Woo Wee! I am doing well though despite it all. Please, please, please check out my other blog and follow me there. =) I need some followers, I only have one so far.

Oh and don't be scared off by the darkness of the blog, I'm getting a new blog design before the end of the month.

Hope you're well and thanks for checking in on me.

Abbie H. said...

I'm sorry to hear that your diagnosis has got worse, but glad to hear that you are still fighting!

I understand taking some time to get your head cleared. I recently had to do that myself with some stuff that happened with a family member.

On top of that, I had to have a 2in x 1 1/2in x 1 inch tumor removed from my left breast. The results came back benign which is GREAT! BUT now I'm having to go back because I have a lump on my head behind my left ear. It's been there for over a year and my family said it was nothing to worry about. This week, my head (starting at that spot and going up) is hurting non stop with a dull ache and occasionally shooting pains. Plus I'm having some other concerning symptoms to go along with it. I'm looking forward to finding out more about on the 22nd.

Glad to see the new blog! I'm sure you are and can be an inspiration to many MSers and even others who are facing lifelong illnesses!