Sam’s Faceplant

My sister and I have always made each other laugh like crazy people. This memory is one of my faves. ** ‘C’mon Jamie, I’m not holding this door forever!’ The shrill voice echoed down the hall. I sighed and resumed rummaging through the bag on my lap. Sam could be so annoying sometimes; didn’t she […]

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The Diagnosis

The day I was diagnosed is still pretty vivid in my memory. What I remember most about that day was not really understanding at all, I was only eleven back then and didn’t get what the big deal was. I remember being asked years ago what I felt when I received my diagnosis, I felt […]

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More Than Lazy

Growing up I never really reflected on how I came to be diagnosed. I had just focused on moving forward and not looking back.Recently a friend asked me to tell him how my diagnosis had come about. I didn’t know what to say, I mean it wasn’t something I thought about a lot. So I […]

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