I hope you are doing great! Staying hydrated, out of the hospital, having fun and such!
It’s been a hot minute since I started a series called Choices, but I’d really like to jump back into that! Plus, I’ve still got about a million photos I took at the grocery store because where else can you get perfect images that demonstrate the zillion choices we have in our lives?
In my first post, I talked on some tips and questions I ask myself when I’m looking at the doctors in my life. Now I’d like to take a look at the tips and questions I like to ask myself when I’m choosing the company who mixes and delivers my TPN and supplies.
Happy July everyone! June didn’t quit and stayed busy the whole way through. It was an amazing month. I got to go to Cincinnati for work training then a one day turn around before the Oley Conference in Memphis!
I’m so excited for this post. My sweet dad volunteered himself to contribute to this blog as my first guest writer which is just so amazing! Let’s jump on into that to hear my dad’s perspective of some of the things my family did to help me to better cope with my illness. I’ll be peppering in photos of dad and me from over the years.
First, let me introduce myself. My name is Roger. I am Lauren’s dad and I live in McKinney, Texas. Lauren is a light in my life and I have learned so much from her. I am so proud of her and what she is doing in her world to change it for the better. I wanted to write this piece for her blog because we didn’t really do things by the book when we discovered that Lauren was chronically ill. Maybe the things we did will help someone figure out how to cope with a challenge in their life. Continue reading “Coping Advice From My Dear Dad”→