- Actemra – Tocilizumab
- Alternative Therapies
- Arthritis Camp
- Arthritis Walk
- Awareness / Advocacy
- Biologics – Enbrel
- Dealing with the public
- Dentist / Mouth Issues
- Juvenile Arthritis Conference
- Overcoming obstacles
- PT – OT
- 85,550 hits
- Last Infusion - Fingers Crossed!
- Antibiotics Before the Dentist?
- The party's over....or at least on hiatus
- The Super-Magnificent, Splendiferous 100th Post!!!
- JA Conference 2013 - Dream, Believe, Achieve
- Escape from Medical Bill Mountain....
- The Yin Yang of Arthritis Awareness
- Day 3 of the CCC- Heading to Big Sur
- Cease Fire....
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I think of myself as an optimistic person. In general, I feel that attitude is one of our best personal tools and that to a great degree, we cannot control what happens to us, only how we respond to it. … Continue reading
So, we had a rheumatology visit last week. I’m embarrassed to say it was our first visit in a YEAR. Our last visit was in May, 2014. We had another scheduled last September – and then the doctor needed to reschedule … Continue reading
So – nobody won the Mega Millions jackpot last night, which means that it is likely to reach over $250 million for the next draw. I don’t know about you, but when I think about that kind of money, what … Continue reading
My daughter Caitlin, my oldest child, turns seventeen tomorrow. Writing it, saying it – doesn’t make it any more believable. Wasn’t I just carrying her in a backpack? Weren’t we just painting the bedroom pink and thrilling over Princess sheets and … Continue reading
“Courage and perseverance have a magical talisman, before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish into thin air.” John Quincy Adams So, the riders actually made it to Big Sur on Monday…and soaked their feet in the river, sitting in … Continue reading
Just taking a slight detour from the success and great moments happening on the CCC – to spend a moment recognizing what it took for the riders to get there…. and the dangers they face on the road. I have … Continue reading