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  After what seems like months of waiting, but was only a few weeks, I walked into the basement room now fondly known to me as The Terminal. Yes, mum, […]

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The day was muggy. Western Australia had seen so much rain in the last few days. The fact that N and G were able to make it to Perth and […]

I have returned from my university in-school practicum teaching experience. I was waking at 6 am or before during my time away and was loving it, strangely enough. Since last […]

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The call came on December 22 2015, telling me there was no inflammation activity in my brain. The translation of this was the Rituximab infusions had worked. There was no […]

A Medical Alert, or Medicalert, can be a lifesaver for many people. There are many countries around the world that offer Medical Alert devices of many types to suit every […]

Packing for hospital may seem like mainly common sense to many, until you need to do it. Most of you will not actually need to have a bag ready. Perhaps […]

As you know I was in Fiona Stanley Hospital last week following a seizure and collapse. I was thankfully discharged on Thursday May 19th evening at 5 pm. Of course […]

It is coming to that time of the year where the first semester of university comes to a close. The last round of assignments for my units are due on […]

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