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He Served Honorably!

How do you want to be remembered when eventually you're done serving? "He served his country." Hopefully, they can add the word "honorably." "A hero is somebody who does the right thing no matter what and I think John throughout his life has been heroic so many times, so we shouldn’t be surprised that as… Continue reading He Served Honorably!

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CRPS Is An Everyday Thing!

Having CRPS you have no idea what the day will bring! CRPS is an EVERYDAY thing! It’s been a long day! I’ve been in and out of one urgent care clinic to be sent to another for a full work up. I left the house at 9:30ish this morning and didn’t get back home until… Continue reading CRPS Is An Everyday Thing!

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Summer & Beyond

I’m excited for this summer and for what’s to come afterwards! These past 3 years have been incredibly difficult to say the least. But I feel like these past months have been the most difficult of my life. My hope is that this summer will help me find peace within myself but within those I… Continue reading Summer & Beyond

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My New Normal 

Dear World, My name is Margaret Twitty, I'm 25 year old and I've been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome/ Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy also called (CRPS/RSD).  You may know me personally or you may not, but who I am is not really important, only the fact that I live in chronic pain. Having chronic pain… Continue reading My New Normal