Friday, September 30, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Funny that I have to attach an actual date to my hospital days, which means that I am here enough (every Thursday for infusions) to where I need to be specific about the date.
Yeah...I put a head covering on, my nurse just passed and asked it something had changed. Anyway, in this picture I am on the phone with my mom. But oftentimes, I have to handle business from my hospital room. As a matter of fact, I am about to call my primary care, so that he can edit some of my prescriptions that I receive during my infusion sessions. The newer prescriptions say to take by mouth, but since I am already hooked up to the IV for my infusion, my nurse might as well administer the medications through the IV (Which we usually do, but some how it all got mixed up in the new script.).
And I am not gonna complain about already being ready to go home for the day (got here at 6:45 AM and won't leave until around 4 PM), just gonna do my time and not dwell on how wonderful it is when I am home in my own bed. Wait...said I wasn't gonna complain. My bad. Shyt happens.
And in the picture above that is me mouthing "thank you" to everyone who has sent me emails (you can, too: email@example.com). So many people have reached out to share their stories with me, and I am grateful to have such great readers.
When I started this blog in 2005, I could not have imagined that I would still be posting to it in 2011. And I never would have imagined that I would have a lasting viewership. And I surely could not have fathomed being chronically ill. But here I am. In the moment. Being amazed and blessed by life's journey.
Be in the moment.
And thank you for being on this ride with me."
Monday, September 26, 2011
Well...here we are, faced with yet another Monday (unless you're in Antarctica, where it is already Tuesday). What will we do with our time? How will we treat one another? If you are like the average human, you will probably go about your day doing things as you always have (rest assured, this is normal, do not freak out--I've already been down that road this morning and have suffered it for you). But...if you are awakening to the fact that you have unlimited possibilities (maybe not resources), then today could be the day that changes everything, that sets you on a fresh path in a different direction.
No matter what, though, you will live (unless you die). And that is the most certain of all things. So if you find yourself stuck in the mud, call for help. And if you call for help and help does not cometh...well...you're shyt out of luck.
Fact: Luck is known to be ever changing, so hang in there until you breakthrough that shyt.
"Be good. Be patient. Be away from shyt as much as humanly possible. Be in the moment if you are covered and drowning in shyt."
~MissNikkiAnn, who is so full of shyt, as we all are
Saturday, September 24, 2011
View my first live broadcasting of MissNikkiAnn's House! >>> Occupy Wall Street Haters? - Spreecast:
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Just press play! America, this is about you and the future of your country. The future always, ALWAYS begins in the present. Let's do our best to make the most out of these recent efforts by the American Citizen Collective (ACC).
"Be good. Be patient. Be in the moment. Be in the movement."