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Lupus Adventurer

Phoenix, Arizona
I am a lupus patient, wife, mother, grandmother, musician, legal professional, certified public manager, local government employee and Christian. Living with lupus is an adventure, and that adventure is often found between the lines.
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Lupus as 8th most search 'what is' for 2013 on Google by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Reblogged from karlinarin: Lupus, do you know what is that? Did you ever heard of it? Is this your first time hearing the word? Well, you might be surpr ... Read on »
LupusWolfLupus – A Must See Lupus Blogger Video! by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Today has had one of those cloudy, muggy pain-filled rougher-than-normal lupus mornings.  Today, this meant buckling to the lupus challenges, and writing off my whole mo ... Read on »
Happy Thanksgiving from Lupus Adventurer! by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Happy Thanksgiving from Lupus Adventurer. My hope is for you to know the great love of God and the rich blessings of knowing Jesus Christ.  ... Read on »
Lupus Adventures – Prosperity, Plowshares, Pilgrims & Praise by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Prosperity unparalleled in our country is known, since centuries before, seeds of blessing were sown. Foundations yielded fruit from her genesis years, cultivated ... Read on »
Healthline Editors Nominate Lupus Adventures for Best Health Blog of 2013 Contest by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Healthline Healthline recently kicked off its third annual “Best Health Blog of 2013″ contest & their editors have nominated Lupus, Adventure ... Read on »
Lupus adventures and venturing out thankfully by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Remembering to be thankful Sometimes I forget to be thankful.  I am not proud of it, but I do.  I get distracted by the cares of my daily life, and my focus on pet ... Read on »
Undeniable lupus truths, choice and consequence by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Undeniable Truths The fact that we have lupus testifies to the undeniable truth that we are imperfect. As much as I would like to think differently, I must admit e ... Read on »
Lupus Adventures, good news, a bonus and the rest of the story by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Slip, sliding away… No one wants to fall, but by far the hard part of the fall is not the falling itself, it’s what comes afterward.  A few months ago, I slipped ... Read on »
Lupus Adventurer’s answer to an age-old question by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus My grandchildren at the beginning of their lives I wasn’t going to post this morning, but after I happened upon a thought-provoking post from new blogger Lorib ... Read on »
Lupus Adventures – 2 kids, 2 years and 12 days by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Major milestones of life and stressful life events sometimes come in pairs: in and out, beginning and ending, firing and hiring,  full and empty.  Lupus milestones come ... Read on »
Lupus and Love’s Directions by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus For my husband on our 33rd anniversary: The wonderful man who helps me every day, brings me coffee each morning in bed, and today, brought me breakfast in bed, too.  T ... Read on »
Lupus adventures and blessings beneath a fiesta of balloons by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Room with a view of the balloons Once or twice each year I attend professional conferences about legal management, and experience the joys of travel with my lupus. ... Read on »
Lupus adventures with painting, packing and a party by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus In our extended family, every holiday and birthday is an excuse for large gatherings.  Although my four siblings live throughout the western United States, my husband’s ... Read on »
Optimizing Lupus Treatment Strategy # 2 – HMO/PPO or Not ? by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Health Care Choices While this draft post was bouncing around in my head and computer over the past couple of weeks, I wondered how it would “go over.”  I wondered ... Read on »
We are still learning about Benlysta by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Learning about Benlysta Last week, one of the readers of Lupus Adventures commented about how her doctor still didn’t feel he knew enough about Benlysta to answer ... Read on »
Lupus Adventurers’ Reader Survey by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Today, I though I would change things up a bit and give you a special opportunity to give me some feedback. I would just love some reader response about Lupus Adventu ... Read on »
Optimizing Lupus Treatment Strategy #1 – Estimating Overall Costs by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Lupus Treatment Strategies Systemic Lupus is expensive to treat!  This is the first in a series of discussions about strategies patients can use to get the best Lu ... Read on »
Lupus, Cipro and Tendon TLC by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Cipro 500 mg Tablets During my recent hospitalization for a severe urinary infection, the intravenous antibiotic that was administered for two days was Cipro ( ci ... Read on »
Lupus Adventurer’s unlikely junk mail “friends” by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Junk Mail What do you get with an email address and public Internet presence?  Junk mail!  It relentlessly finds its way through cyberspace to unwitting recipients ... Read on »
Lupus Adventurer in the lull before the storm by Lupus Adventurer Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Some mornings you get up, expecting to have the day turn out one way, and the unexpected happens.  I arose feeling the morning’s normal lupus challenges: brain fog, achi ... Read on »