I am a 32 year old wife, mother, daughter, and survivor of a hereditary pancreatic disease. In February 2012 I had a total pancreatectomy with an auto-islet cell transplant. Much of that is documented in the archives of this blog. In 2015 I finally got to live my dream of having a family of my own, and met the person who is my husband, and in 2016 I gave birth to my precious son. I love: relationships with people, making friends of all ages and backgrounds, relating to people, and hearing the stories of the people I meet along the way. I am sensitive, caring, compassionate, and determined. I am knowledgeable and proud. I adore my family, my Coty, my son, and wonderful friends. When I started this blog in 2010, I did it as a way to share my health journey with family and friends, and also as a way to cope with all that was happening in my life. Today, life is hectic, and much different. Today I am (mostly) healthy, and I am a busy mom and real estate agent living in the town I grew up in. I found over the years I had less and less time to write. It wasn’t a priority and my creative juices didn’t flow like they used to. However, I learned a part of me, an important part that used to fuel me to wake up in the morning, was missing. Many exciting things are happening in my world with life after pancreas, including managing type 1 diabetes and navigating through gestational surrogacy. I hope you enjoy, keep reading and most of all find comfort in my words.

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