The continual ups and downs of a RA life can be frustrating. It is our life though. I don’t mind remaking my starter. I am just glad to be able.
When we have RA, we gradually learn to appreciate that our bodies are not like many other people. We have special needs. Recognizing those needs and managing them in a healthy way is an important part of our self-care.
Hugs to each of you. May your new year be satisfying and all you hope.
For people with disabilities holidays take them out of their routine and make increased demands when daily demands are hard already. Having an invisible disease like RA just adds to it. I wish that all of you have your best holiday ever. Life is still good even for us.
Meatballs and marinera can be an easy meal as we learn necessary coping skills as our RA progresses.
Feeling poorly and a visit to the hospital.
I graduated from the wound clinic. My wound is doing well. I wish I was not in such a bad flare, but I hope it lessens soon.
When you have RA, we wonder what we should or should not eat. Those with RA have more food sensitivities.
Actemra. Week thirteen. Absentee voting. Candy for Halloween.
RA drugs may be toxic, but they are the choices we currently have to slow the progression of RA.