Help support me in my battle against Scleroderma! Below you can find a link!! Thank you all so much!
My name is Noelle and I am 27 yrs old. I was correctly diagnosed with Scleroderma at the age of 21. I have since been on a long journey in trying to manage this disease. It affects the skin and underlying muscle tissues and in my case, internal organs. There currently is no cure for Scleroderma. Many women and men are plagued with the complications this disease causes. It is difficult to manage and right now all the treatments out there, including chemotherapy drugs, are experimental. This fundraiser is designed to raise, not only awareness, but funds for this debilitating disease. These funds will go directly into the research for finding a cure for Scleroderma. I appreciate you all taking the time to read this. Any amount donated is a true blessing. Thank you all. God Bless
This morning was difficult… Every time I drive past this beautiful artwork though, do I instantly feel the surge of strength pour through.
“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle.” ― Plato
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"This planet doesn’t need more ‘successful’ people but is in desperate need of more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of every shape and form. It needs people who live well in their places. It needs people of moral courage willing to join the fight to make the world habitable and humane. And these needs have very little to do with success - the way our culture has defined it."
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Really sad to hear the horrifying news of my home state yesterday. I really hope that all of the families, friends, and victims of yesterday will have the strength and courage to get through this. They will all be in my thoughts. Stay strong, Boston.
Trying to get more smartest lately ;) , so I have been reading things that interest me, starting with the classics and moving on to smaller things not really in book form, more essays. Anyway, long story longer, I was reading Thoreau essays and came across this.
“What means the fact—which is so…
I love this. Thank you :)