Day 285:Five years ago

This summer will be the filth summer since she was diagnosed with breast cancer. My sister calls that year our family's Year of Hell for good reason. She was diagnosed in June and during her first week home after her mastectomy in September my dad had a heart attack from the stress of worrying about... Continue Reading →

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Day 284 : My Wheelchair Should Not Define Me, Either As Asexual or As A Goldfish

  My whole childhood and adolescence I'm pretty sure my grandma believed I'd end up a spinster she thought this in spite of the fact that I had a boyfriend in high school. Why? Because in the era in which she she grew up the only disabled people who were treated with any kind of... Continue Reading →

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