Tags: chronic illness


Dear Brain Fog

I’m over you, brain fog. Feel free to dissipate into the ether at any time. I have things to do that require me to think and concentrate and process, like writing, and you don’t help with any of that. In fact, you make all of it damn near impossible. I’ve been working around you as […]


Chronically Writing

What do you do when you are confined to your house or even your bed for days or weeks at a time? Usually, I dredge about in the depths of my own despair, despondent and depressed, as most people probably would. But time taught me a trick to rise from the void that threatened to […]