February 12, 2010 at 12:12 am

I read it all on Facebook, can’t believe what your family is going through. It just doesn’t seem to end does it… but it will, maybe not as soon as we all would like it to, but it does. My husband & I felt the same when he was going through his 2 back surgeries, 9 months of hell for both of us. It is hard to see the one you love going through so much, especially the pain. Hang in there & take care of yourself the best you can. I am just so sorry for all of this excessive hardship for you both.


September 30, 2009 at 2:27 pm

hang in there stacey– today will not last much longer.

if you want to do something, bypass your doctor and find one who will provide you with what you feel in your heart you need to do.

let me know if you want to talk.


August 26, 2009 at 7:24 am


yes, it would be a challenge to trade places with the nerdy neuros (nn’s) 😉

but even more than the neuros… i would like to add the private insurance “death panels” to the 6 month laboratory experiment– they would have to live with cidp for 6 months before they deny coverage… we could set up the neuros in one barracks and the insurers in another– they can dine together in the common area where bingo will commence following their salisbury steak and mashed potatoes. on the wall in the dining area will be a placard that reads, “CIDP IS TREATABLE.”

my guess is the insurers will be dressed better than the neuros, what do you think?


June 11, 2009 at 3:48 pm

Stacey!!!! Here you are exhausted and your going to go and plant 3 plants outside! I say when you get home you just sit down with Conner and turn the TV on and rest! Let the plants wait another day! You need to rest~
I am glad you had a great time but now you need to rest~ Hugs:D
Linda H