ingrained

I am so grateful for the generosity of friends and strangers – if I have yet to thank you personally, please know I hope to soon, and very much appreciate your support!

Yesterday morning, WCPO in Cincinnati published my story online and on air, lifting up my efforts to promote my story and advocate for my continued journey of health and well-being. Learning to live with a disability has been a humbling opportunity to practice patience, develop new awareness and understanding, compassion, and discipline. I am hopeful that these practices have become so ingrained, they will ease my first round of chemo tomorrow, the neupogen injections all week, and the harvest of more than 2 million stem cells from my blood.

Cheers to mindfulness!

Vein consultation…seems a line through my jugular will be the way to go!

Establishing my baseline EDSS score, including my beloved 9-hole-peg test

Delicious Saigon Sister rice bowl with extra jalapeños (buried)

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  1. Shannon O'Neal says:

    Love this:

    Learning to live with a disability has been a humbling opportunity to practice patience, develop new awareness and understanding, compassion, and discipline.

    (And that Saigon Sisters looks GREAT. In the NM building, right?)

    Like

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