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The Good, The Bad, and The... by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness { Diet Killer } The Good: I found out that the cake last night was originally from Jessie's most beloved Williams-Sonoma Mastering Cakes, Fillings, & Frostings. ... Read on »
Traveling & Orange Cakes by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness We traveled from last Thursday through Tuesday of this week, and as always, it took me two days to recover from the trip. Jessie, oddly enough, is doing just fine. She's n ... Read on »
Chicken Satay Stir Fry by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness I adapted this from a Rachel Ray recipe on Food Network . It will be a new staple for us because it was dee-lish! Try it out This is not copied exactly from ... Read on »
Weaning by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Jessie went for a six month check today with her primary care physician and the report was good. She hasn't gained too much weight from the Florinef and, as you kno ... Read on »
Tired With Tea by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Strange title, huh? Just thought I'd offer my favorite winter-time tea recipe for you to enjoy. My dad made it when I was a little girl and I've loved it ever since. ... Read on »
Back From the Holidays AND a Road Trip by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness It shouldn't come as a surprise to our regular readers that we've been on another road trip. My son, Wes (who moved back to Virginia to attend school - boohoo) and ... Read on »
My Pledge by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness We won't even call this a New Year's Resolution because those never come true. Or is it that we never keep them? Whatever... this is not that. I've not blog ... Read on »
Another Brief Hello by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Jessica is continuing to do well. We all hold our collective breaths and keep our fingers crossed and say our prayers. I've made a little executive decision to cut ... Read on »
A Tiny Hello by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Hello... I hopped over to Living Chronically to catch up with my favorite blogs and noticed that I haven't posted since the broccoli & potato soup incident! That was on ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Broccoli & Potato Soup by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness In my humble opinion, soup is a win/win choice. Consider the facts. It's usually cheap, filling, easy to make, serious comfort food, and finally, soup is a one-dis ... Read on »
Need An End-Of-The-Week Brainless Laugh? by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Okayit's the end of the week. I've been driving for 4.5 hours ending in ATLANTA hellish traffic. Need a laughor maybe just a little Friday giggle? Watch this. It's too c ... Read on »
A Road Trip, A Gluten-Free Recipe, and Medicine Avoidance by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Here we go again - this time to North Carolina to deliver a portrait I've been working on. (That would be my other job.) Jessie and I will also get to visit my dear mom. ... Read on »
F-F-F-F-Friendship F-F-F-Friday by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness That's my scaryit's almost Halloweentitle. Creativedon't you think? I only have a couple of blogs to share today as I've been a little slacker this week. Been worki ... Read on »
X-Associated Neuroimmune Disease by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Check out this interesting article in the NY Times Looks like we could have a new name. What do you think of it? A bit more legit than the last onewou ... Read on »
Survival by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Happilywe survived the weekend. Jessie did well. Her boyfriendwho is very much aware of her conditionis great at balancing activity with rest. They watched tons o ... Read on »
Dr. Oz...CFS...Inaccuracies?...Read On by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness I'm posting a link to Sue Jackson's blog, Learning to Live with CFS. Sue posted her response to a recent Dr. Oz segment about chronic fatigue - interesting stuff. Read ... Read on »
Looking Up by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness I'm posting a few pictures from this weekend. Jes and her friend, Frank, had a blast going to a local pumpkin patch, then carving Minnie and Mickey Mouse jack-o'-lanter ... Read on »
Delicious Gluten-Free Brownies by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness I walk in from the pouring rain and errand-running. My small but ever so efficient mind is completely absorbed with the thought of having that much deserved af ... Read on »
I Choose Hope by livingchronically Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Illness Once you choose hope, anything is possible. ~Christopher Reeve Read more... Read on »