Can you be diagnosed with two rare blood disorders?Apparently, you can. On Tuesday of this week, I had a doctor’s appointment with my oncologist. Just the fact that I now call him “my” oncologist is a little unnerving. He added a second rare blood disorder to my original diagnosis of Essential Thrombocythemia. He attached Polycythemia Vera to my blood disorders. Essential Thrombocythemia causes the bone marrow to produce too many blood platelets. Polycythemia Vera is an elevated red blood cell count. One of first courses…"Two rare blood disorders?"
I know that everyone washes their house, or at the very least hires someone to wash it for them. Well, in this Southern household where equality reigns supreme (giggling here), Hubby is the house washer. I had a visit earlier in the day from my very first best friend, who I had not seen in several years, and, after she left, he asked me to help him finish washing the house. Of…"All Things Southern – Simply put – washing the house"
How to Win Some Blogger Love–Scoring the Book Review, Guest Post or Interview The world is changing faster than any of us can keep up, and publishing is certainly not immune. Yet, one constant remains. There are only two ways to sell lots of books—good book and word of mouth. Period. Book trailer, bookmarks, giveaways, and flare are fun, but are certainly not major drivers of book sales. If you want to know why, take a…"How to Win Some Blogger Love – Scoring Book Reviews"
One Man’s Story of the Tumultuous Road to Sobriety and a Changed Life About the Book: In this grippingly honest narrative about one man’s journey from addiction and self-destruction to recovery and a changed life, readers will be dismayed at the hurtful patterns of his two alcoholic parents and how they scarred and shaped the outcome of their three sons forever. Watts openly talks of his multiple failed marriages, strained relationships with his children, overwhelming…"Hi, my name is Jack – a book review"
Yep! That’s about right. My heart is always in the right place; but what I’m doing just seems to get me in trouble. It’s the story of my life folks. For all you following my stories, you probably remember that about this time last year, I mowed over one of Hubby’s prized fig trees in our little orchard of a back yard. Putting it mildly, he was none too pleased.…"All Things Southern – Bless her little unfortunate heart"