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The Life Of My Mom

The Life Of My Mom

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I live with Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, migraines, and many other chronic conditions. My mission is to help you become the best version of yourself while living with a disability because although sometimes you may feel alone you are not!

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  1. Happy Panda

    Happy Panda

    Really beautiful and heart warming post. Your mom is doing an amazing job! Wishing her a very happy mother’s day!

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  3. Katie Clark – Michigan, USA – Retired ELA teacher of 32 years: 6th grade reading and writing workshops, French FLES K-6, curriculum developer. Skilled in Peer Coaching, Educational Technology, Instructional Design, Curriculum Development, and Public Speaking. Currently, writing for online news and tourism magazines as well as a blog focusing on living FULLY while having the chronic pain from Fibromyalgia. Working on writing a MG, realistic novel.

    Katie Clark

    Wow, such a beautiful tribute. Brought tears to my eyes. The love of a mother like this is the most prescious thing on earth. I’m so glad you have her in your corner.

  4. Sue Jackson

    What a wonderful, loving tribute to your mother! It’s great that you recognize all that she has done to help make your life better 🙂 I hope you shared this post with her.

    I could really relate because I have a chronic illness AND at one point, both of my young sons did, too (it’s genetic). The younger one thankfully recovered after 10 years (his was milder), but my older son is now 26 and has been sick for 17 years (and me for 19 years), so the two of us have moved through this crazy life together for a very long time. What you said about insurance and medical appts especially rings true – I often say that dealing with the medical stuff is like a full-time job! Even at 26, I still go to my son’s doctor’s appts (at least to our specialists) because he’s not always well enough to understand and remember all that is discussed. Those expeditions wear us both out, but we actually enjoy the time together and each understands what the other is going through.

    Thank you for taking the time to write such a beautiful, compassionate tribute to your mom!

    Sue

    Live with ME/CFS

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life – Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I live with Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, migraines, and many other chronic conditions. My mission is to help you become the best version of yourself while living with a disability because although sometimes you may feel alone you are not!

      My Rockin Disabled Life

      Your welcome, I shared it with my mom so as far as I know she read it! My mom still goes with me to all my doctor’s appointments and I will be twenty-nine this year because sometimes I get overwhelmed with information and miss important things so it’s always a good idea to have someone else there taking notes.

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