10 Years with My Feeding Tube

This June marks a full decade with my feeding tube – or I guess feeding tubes since I am ~supposed~ to switch it out every 6-8 months. For those of you keeping score at home, that reality is more like a feeding tube swap every 12-16 months. I am shocked when I look back on...
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Cystic Fibrosis at 30

It’s been a while since I last blogged about my life. I suppose that’s the price I’m paying for oversubscribing to credits this academic year – a small silver lining of hybrid/remote school! My blogging hiatus led to missed commentary on a lifetime milestone. I turned 30 in April! I won’t lie, hitting 30 does...
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The (Kind of) End of a Long Road

I got my second Moderna vaccine dose over the weekend, and finally after a long year I am breathing a sigh of relief. If my experience this past weekend is representative of the nation at large, the demand for vaccines is still quite high. The clinic was packed wall to wall with vaccine recipients and...
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