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A Little Update
Dani's Dabbles has expanded, once again, with our new line of Sensory Friendly Handmade products! This line is a tribute to my autistic side, with sensory pleasing colors, textures, and smells. It will include mostly home accessories and décor.
For all those struggling just to get through today, remember: Life is worth living! There are people who care about you. People who miss you. People who love you. So, hang in there, snuggle those loyal little fur-balls, and persevere!!!
Anyone who suffers from a chronic illness knows that the effects of living life as "the sick kid" reach far beyond what meets the eye. Whether you know exactly what it is or, like me, you receive a new diagnosis every few years because doctors honestly don't know what's wrong with you, the consequences of chronic illness can filter into many different segments of your life, including fertility.
I finally let it slip. Yes, I am in the process of writing my first book! Well, sort of… I am actually writing the entire series of seven books, all at the same time! Wish me luck and I’ll keep you updated along the way!
Choosing to insert a shunt of any kind can be a big decision for hydrocephalus sufferers. As with anything, there are both pros and cons to living with a foreign object inside your head; read more to see what I have experienced with my first VP shunt.
When I signed up for brain surgery #2, I don't think I understood exactly what I was getting myself into. After all, the strong pain meds administered during my first operation seemed to wipe most of those unfavorable memories from my mind. So, it was a bit of a surprise when I had my first shunt placed a few months ago.
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