Avoiding Typhoid Mary

MS Caregiver Sharing

Have you heard of Typhoid Mary?

Mary Mallon or Mary Brown (she used both names) worked as a cook and harbored the typhoid bacteria in her gallbladder. Wherever she worked, the families in those households became sick, and many died, but Mary herself never became ill.

Authorities believed that Mary infected over 50 people with typhoid, several of whom died. They met with her and explained that she probably carried the germ in her gallbladder. When asked to stop working as a cook voluntarily, Mary refused because she did not believe in the germ theory. She asked, “How can I be a carrier if I have never been sick?”

Continue reading at: https://multiplesclerosis.net/caregiver/immunocompromised-protection/

to find out more about why I have to avoid people who might be sick to protect Lynn from getting sick.

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Quincy’s Corner-190106

Live Free 2 Sail Fast

Quincy is a nearly 5-year old pure bred Great Dane who lives on our sailboat as we prepare to go bluewater cruising in October of 2019.  Since this is our second sailboat, one could make the argument that we bought this boat just for her,,,,they might be right.  Every Sunday is Quincy’s time to jump on the blog….sharing whatever’s on her mind with all of you.  Come follow us to keep up with her and our adventures-

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3 Guaranteed Strategies for Stepmoms to Shut down Bio-Mom For GOOD

Bonused + Blessed

Any stepmom will tell you that walking in her shoes is not for the faint of heart, whether she has her own children or has the dreaded “Childless Stepmom” label (that’s another post all together), if she’s a new stepmom or has been pouring into the lives of her stepchildren for years. No matter where she may be in her journey, the consensus is the same: it ain’t easy. I can tell you from my own experience as a stepmom of two boys that it is not an easy life. Hardly anyone chooses this position, rather, it chooses them.

While, for me, the rewards that come with sharing in the responsibility of raising children in a blended family environment outweigh the struggle, the difficulties of this type of life are varied and aren’t always rooted in negativity. Parenting and marriage are hard no matter your family dynamic. Add to that…

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My Bipolar Mind: You’re Not Alone – Book Now Available on Kindle!

My Bipolar Mind

My Bipolar Mind: You’re Not Alone – Book Now Available on Kindle!


I am beyond excited right now! My book, My Bipolar Mind: You’re not alone, is not available on Amazon.com for the Kindle edition. The paperback is coming soon!

I never imagined that I would actually ever become an author, yet here I am! I have dreamt of this my entire life. I feel so blessed and grateful. Dreams really can come true as long as you never give up. If you follow my blog, you very much well know that I have wanted to give up in defeat so many times before. I am so glad that I pushed through and have made it this far!

This is a great start with 2019 just days away!

Please time some time to check out my book. If you would happen to buy it, (which I am not forcing on anyone lol) please…

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