3.16.20 Certifiably Insane

I've been all over the place lately, both physically and mentally. SunnyStrong has exploded recently and we've added a bunch of new followers so I'd like to reintroduce our crazy into the world. Hi, I'm Sunny and I'm certifiably insane. I was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis on January 20, 2015. My definition of normal … Continue reading 3.16.20 Certifiably Insane

My Diagnosis Anniversary: Revisiting the Start of My ALS Journey

But guilt is a deft navigator. It finds an alternate route to menace me. It approaches via my love-of-family portal. The spillover effect that terminal illness has on family members is painful, often chronic, and it can be debilitating. Family members who see me regularly have been forced into a caregiving capacity, their lives indefinitely … Continue reading My Diagnosis Anniversary: Revisiting the Start of My ALS Journey

2.11.20 Wine Not?

"Give me the reigns and let me run, 'Cause I ain't never had to much fun" This weekend away to Fredericksburg with these knuckleheads was good for the soul. Thankfully, we're all still able to laugh and joke with each other because there is no mercy amongst this bunch. Airbnb booked, Wine Shuttle secured and … Continue reading 2.11.20 Wine Not?

2.7.20 Here’s to 33

“When you pray for others, God listens to you and blesses them, and sometimes, when you are safe and happy, remember that someone has prayed for you.” Tuesday was amazing. Best birthday ever. Friends, family, fried chicken - these are a few of my favorite things. Slept in, had lunch with Ashley and Caden while … Continue reading 2.7.20 Here’s to 33

2.3.20 Aquarius

I thought this was interesting: Although they can easily adapt to the energy that surrounds them, Aquarius-born have a deep need to be some time alone and away from everything, in order to restore power. People born under the Aquarius sign, look at the world as a place full of possibilities.They are capable of perceiving … Continue reading 2.3.20 Aquarius

1.15.20 Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Steve Gleason. 9 years with ALS, countless lives impacted by his dedication to fighting this disease, legislation changes, technology improvements, awareness, rewriting of the narrative of diagnosis, and the list goes on and on. This disease is devastating, and Steve has been an agent of change in every area impacted by this life interruption. He … Continue reading 1.15.20 Not All Heroes Wear Capes