April 25th 2017 – Adylaede’s MRI with sedation. We scheduled it at Hershey Hospital, only 3 weeks after we received the abnormal results of her EEG. (Which you may read about by clicking HERE.) Since the MRI had to be done using sedative medication, she was instructed not to eat before the test. Her MRI… Continue reading MRI with Sedation:
Without delay, the first thing we did after the Ambulance trip following Adylaede’s possible seizure episode was schedule a neurology appointment for her. Neither of my girls had been to their neurologist in over 2 years. They are generally expected to follow up every 6 months, however, without insurance, we did the bare minimum for doctor… Continue reading Adyleade’s Neurology appointment and EEG results
The embarrassing truth of our health insurance dilemma: We have none. Ok, so we had none. January 30th, the day of Adyleade’s latest non-breathing, dusky, limp-as-a-cooked-noodle episode, we had NO health insurance. Nothing. *FAIR WARNING: This is going to be a lengthy and boring post, but nonetheless, it is an… Continue reading The embarrassing truth of our health insurance dilemma:
January 31, 2017 We had an eventful evening last night. We had an impromptu family talent show, right after all my bonus kiddos went home. It was Adylaede’s idea. She gathered everyone up in the living room, to sing, dance, play guitar, play harmonica; we even had some pogo stick action! Adylaede won, her siblings… Continue reading Results are coming…
I was listening to the Message on satellite radio this morning on my way to drop off my LaedyBug at preschool, and what is on during the talk segment?! Choose FAITH or choose fear. And when you find yourself choosing fear, that is when you need to sit back and wait. Is it really that… Continue reading FAITH or fear?
I am beginning this blog out of a bit of desperation. I feel like so much has been thrown my way the past couple of months. Yes, I’ve got Jesus. But sometimes I just like to bounce my thoughts off a person. My person was Michele Faith, and I miss her every day, since her… Continue reading my because