There are just some wounds you don’t heal from

Some say ‘Time Heals All Wounds’,

And I say,

That’s bullshit.

There are just some wounds we don’t heal from…we may learn to live with them, to function in some way, but we won’t ever fully heal.

I haven’t posted on this blog in awhile because it’s all the same shit going on in my life, the never ending cycle of IV antibiotics (for this actinomyces infection I can’t get rid of), and blood work and doctors appointments —

Whenever someone says ‘I have an immune defiency’,

what automatically follows is a never ending pile of medical shit.

And documenting it all…well, it’s pretty much impossible. No one would ever read it all. Even the Cliff Notes version of my medical care would be a few hundred pages long…

Noah is doing better. He battled this eye infection that just wouldn’t go away for a few months, multiple couple course of antibiotics and antibiotic eye drops, finally did it. (Plus a little magic 🙂👍.)

But there are just some other things, the normal human things that happen to us, that are even harder to heal from than anything the medical gods would dish out at me…

Right now my main focus is to try make sure Noah is set up and ready to be okay after I’m gone. I know his journey is going to be hard, but hopefully I’ve helped him find ways to make it a little easier than what I went through…

Noah was born with a magical weapon that I don’t have, that most people don’t have, Noah is extraordinarily brilliant, and this is not an exaggeration. I mean, mind bogglingly brilliant.

And with the right education and mentors, hopefully that brilliance will help him lead the way to the solution…

About hopeforanswers

Some kind of rare immune deficiency, yet to be determined. A lifetime of infections without an elevated white cell blood or fever. Very grateful to be alive, very thankful for the friends who’ve supported me and for access to literally millions of dollars worth of medical care. I’m not the bubble child, I’m somewhere in between.
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