I should really post more often. But hey, the only way to start doing that is by posting something, so here I am! It’s been more than two months since I basically filled you in on my entire year doing SCD. Sorry about that. Ok I’m just wasting time. I’ll actually start now. Let’s go… … More Exhausted
I don’t know why this took me so long… Or why I really haven’t posted at all on a weekly basis since somewhere around March. But Camp Oasis really was a highlight of this past year as a Crohn’s patient! It was amazing to see how many people were living … More Sorry I’m Late!
This is a guest post by a special supporter because Johanna is in West Virginia at Camp Oasis, a summer camp for kids with Crohn’s and colitis. At intake, Johanna got a huge high-five from the medical team when they realized her medication list was… empty. … More “Really? No Meds? – High Five, Girl!”
Woah. It feels like just yesterday, I was sobbing because I thought I would never be a normal kid again. I know everyone says that “it feels like just yesterday” thing about every big achievement and everything, but it really does. And maybe it’s because I really haven’t changed that drastically. I mean I’ve grown … More Six Months!
Congratulations to Cindy and Caleb for finally making their website public. Go ahead, check it out. I’ll tell you why: Caleb, a 14 year old boy with Crohn’s disease, is on the SCD as well. He has been on the diet for a year, and a couple of months ago he realized that he wanted to … More Caleb’s Cooking Company Is Now Live!
I guess this is it. I’m standing at the edge of 2016, looking down into the shining waters of the new year below. So, let me jump in! I’ve been thinking, and maybe that’s why this post is two days late, about what a whole year will be like on this diet. New Year’s Day … More New Year, New Me (hopefully)!
This week, I decided to interview a new friend of mine, Addy. Addy is eleven years old, has Crohn’s disease, and is on the SCD, too. (And even though she was very seriously ill before, she’s now been in remission for more than a year–all without meds!) Even though she lives on the other side … More An Interview With Addy
DISCLAIMER! If any of my friends read this and recognize themselves in these examples, this is really only to help others who may be in my situation out, I love and appreciate all of my friends and would not want to hurt any of them. Really. So it’s simple to say that any experience, challenge, … More What Your Friends Might Say…