Accommodations for RA
By April 18 at 1:36 am 220 1 2
Let’s face it…RA is tough and needs a cure. And as I’m writing this (sick again) I’m writing it from my bed. A lot of crazy stuff is happening to me right now And I’m just trying to remain positive and brave.
Prednisone is driving me batty and making me eat my birthday cake. My mom was a little upset…but I think she is starting to understand the Prednisone thing. I was eating my birthday cake of course before my birthday… Not a good thing.
It’s no fun.
I need accommodations too. I get them as well…at my school. I am registered as having a “disability” at my school: RA, Fibromyalgia, Bipolar and Anxiety. Soon Neuropathy and Sjogren’s will be added to that list.
My eyesight gets really blurry sometimes and it’s hard to see on tests unless I use drops. I also desperately need the extra test time.
I have trouble concentrating from the diseases I carry. It’s awful but true. I am doing okay in school just trying to get by. I feel like I have a full time job in school and then in fighting and living with these diseases.
So interesting yet difficult.
I’m not going to wear myself thin.
I’m not even going to wear myself out. I’m just going to keep going on and on. It’s all I can do…
My accommodations and my hard work are what make my education and life dreams possible :3
Much love and hugs to everyone!