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Live Art.Fully
Come along on my journey as I live life artfully while battling chronic pain and illness due to a chronic inflammatory disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis. I write authentically about the challenges of inflammatory arthritis and how I am learning to rise above them with chronic gratitude. I also write about motherhood, faith, loss and healing, and art and creativity.
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On the Ground
30 year old female, now working a ‘real’ office job. I spent my late teens and 20’s training and riding everything from GP jumpers to AQHA halter horses. Quit riding professionally in 2005 due to Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), but have started re-riding and showed AQHA on my HUS gelding in 2010, Lucas. Recently sold Lucas, and dealing with progressing RA, while still trying to stay involved with horses.
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My RA Diary
My perception of life has also changed since. I now cherish every little moment of my life with family and with life, as unpredictable as it can be, I want to share my knowledge, honest experiences and thoughts, inspirations, motivations as well as any bits and pieces about improving life with RA. Regardless if a ‘cure’ is even possible with RA, my goal of recovery is a total remission! And I strongly believe I am closer to this goal every day I live here-forth…
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The Girl With Arthritis
Hello! I’m Elizabeth. I have a friend named Arthur. Juvenile Psoriatic Arthritis, is his full name. I’m a teenager aspiring to be an artist who is just trying to get by day to day without too much pain. I want to help other kids and adults with arthritis reach out and feel accepted.
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Dancing in the Rain
It’s not about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the “RAin” when you live with Rheumatoid Arthritis and other Autoimmune Diseases.
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Porcelain Doll
Then one day it dawned on me,“why don’t I start up my own blog and document my arthritis journey?!” Writing this blog is not only my way of getting things off my chest when I am feeling particularly frustrated, but it could help another young person in the way I was hoping for myself a few months ago.
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