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A well needed break…

After a lot of blows coming in quick succession here lately, we finally caught a glimmer of hope and were able to sneak away for a two day vacation in Dallas. It was LONG overdue and muchly appreciated. My husband and I have been together for 10 years next month. In this time we’ve NEVER had a vacation where it was just us. So this was our first. And it was a smashing success. No discussing his work, or what’s

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Trans Fat: Part 1

Having a disability is rough, no matter what it may be. It is hard whether you have one disability or many. I would argue though, it is much harder when your disability is not as obvious, or what are considered Invisible Disabilities. have multiple disabilities. I was born with X-linked Hypophosphatemic Rickets (XLHr), which is a rare form of rickets (which is in and of itself a rare disease these days at least in the developed world). It causes bow-leggedness

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