If you’re like me, you have a massive list of people to shop for this Christmas. I’m just going to keep it real here. This is a Christmas of many firsts for me. My first Christmas as a homeowner. My first Christmas with a full time teaching job. Most excitingly, this is my first Christmas as a wife. My first truly adult-feeling Christmas.
Living with Mitochondrial Disease has its challenges. I was the kid that was always sick in school. I missed countless days. In fact, one morning in elementary school the art teacher was taking attendance and called out my name. Before I could reply, a student across the room laughed and said, “Not here. She’s pretending to be sick as usual.” Ouch. My shy, introverted, 10 year old self somehow managed to raise Continue reading “Living with Mitochondrial Disease”→