I still have asthma

With all the attention focused on my recent neck surgery and complications related to it, even I sometimes forget that I have […]

I have a screw loose

But Im sure you already knew that. You have to have a screw loose to do some of the crazy things Ive […]

Sticking with Fasenra

Over the course of 12 years, I’ve been on and off 4 different biologics medications for asthma. The longest I’ve been on […]

The catch-up

Living with severe persistent asthma, means always having to play “catch-up” in one form or another. Been there, done that…… over and […]

This body is steroid free now

Amidst all the drama with my spine surgery these past 10 weeks, which continues today, there’s some good news I’m eager to […]


I thought I was done writing about my spinal surgery, but the good times just keep on coming [insert sarcasm] It’s just […]

The deed is done

For better or worse, good, bad or otherwise, the deed is done. Per my doctor’s recommendation, I had cervical/spinal decompression surgery as […]

Asthma Awareness Month

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Going under the knife

Talk about being between a rock and a hard place. Except for maybe the time when I was pursuing lung transplant, this […]

Health update, Spring 2022

The good stuff first: I haven’t had (knock on wood), a severe asthma exacerbation or hospitalization in nearly 5 months! Plus, I’ve […]

A pain in the neck

Surprise, surprise. Prednisone and just plain back luck strike again, this time in my neck and spine. A while back I began […]

My “other” lung condition

Feb 28th is National Rare Disease Awareness Day! While asthma is not considered a rare disease, my other lung condition is. So, […]