I’ve been blogging for several years now. Writing has also helped me cope since my son Ethan passed away in 2008. I blog primarily to journal the craziness of our day-to-day lives, chronicle the funny things my kids get into, and to provide insight on what it’s like to raise a child with a bleeding disorder. You'll also ocassionally see me writing about total randomness too.
I’m not a Hematologist or any other type of doctor. With that being said, the medical information I discuss on this blog is MY interpretation/understanding of any information I learn about my daughter’s condition. So, please don’t hold any errors against me. And, correct me if I’m wrong or misinformed. I’m always open to learning new things.
Be prepared to laugh, cry, scratch your head from confusion, and maybe even get pissed off from things you read on this blog. Either way, take a seat, let yourself go, and enjoy the ride. :)
Life is too short to be so damn uptight all the time.
I reserve the right to make as many grammatical errors, typos, and punctuation faux pas I see fit. It takes a lot of effort for me to sit down and write which means my attention to detail sucks. Please do your best to refrain from chortling or playing the grammar police should you so happen to spot errors. Although...I doubt you read this blog to see how much I mess up anyway. ;-)
I have a bit of a potty mouth in real life, but I’m a very nice girl. Really, I am! With that being said, I hope you have no qualms about reading curse words. Also? I’m not a famous blogger which means I’m not copywrited – or whatever it is all those famous bloggers do so people won’t steal their content. By reading this blog, you automatically agree to refrain from trying to pawn off lingo/random nomenclature/ideas that I’ve written down on this here blog. It’s totally uncool.
That is all. As you were.