Waiting anxiously at the finish line. Another cross country season coming to an end. My middle son, Dylan, completed the first half of the course and trudged up the dreaded Agony Hill. Now I cannot see him. He has not … Continue reading
Category Archives: Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome
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Have you ever been in a race that you knew you could not win? Hedging my bets, calculating the probabilities, I would bow out, cut my losses, and throw in the towel. It wouldn’t be worth the effort. When faced … Continue reading
Two White Pills
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Two white pills determine the success of the day. Two white pills hold the power to attend. Two white pills are a life line to sanity. Two little white pills sitting alone forgotten on the bathroom counter. A little … Continue reading
The Light at the End of the Tunnel
“Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light.” -Madeline L’Engle Driving on the 110 freeway through downtown Los Angeles during morning commute has to be one of my least favorite drives on the planet. … Continue reading