New experiences aren’t always found in exciting places or have to include nature or a unique adventure. I recently had an experience that’s hard to
You might be an RVer if you have a discount card for every grocery store chain in the continental United States. It would be fair
February 2 is Rheumatoid Disease (Arthritis) Awareness Day. For those who do not know, I have lived with this disease for the last 12 years.
Well, it’s been a little more than a minute. I’m the Queen of Procrastination, and that’s a fact. It’s been hard to get back into
This is the one time of the year I give rheumatoid arthritis (RA) the spotlight as it is Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Day. I’ll reblog my
The title of this blog is Random Bits of Trial and Error and it’s morphed into the travel log for our full-time traveling memories. Since
February 2 is Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Day. Rheumatoid disease affects nearly 1.3 million adults and 294,000 children in America. There is no cure. Most
It’s amazing when a therapy works–when all the meds line up perfectly and a rheumatoid arthritis patient can feel almost fabulous, full of energy, and
“Cracks make a person beautiful. Don’t waste time trying to fill them in, smooth them out, or pretend they aren’t there. Everyone around can see
Lexie is THE dog. All 110 pounds of her—from her humongous paws to her wrinkly droopy dog lips, she is absolutely nothing but pure loyal,
Evidently April is a big blogging month. Bloggers from all over will be posting a blog a day (except for Sundays) during the month of
February 2 is Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Day. For those who do not know, I have lived with this disease for the last 10 years. Only
“And this mess is so big And so deep and so tall, We cannot pick it up. There is no way at all!” — Dr.
I have spent the last few days browsing blogs and have enjoyed reading so many of them, which can be seen in my “blogs I