About Your Esteemed and Deranged Author

Librarian code nerd. I code, design, build, organize, scheme, metadatize (shut up, its a word!), cook, bake, sleep, knit, sew, quilt, read, procrastinate, accomplish, make lists, type more then I talk, write, try, and laugh.

I think I’m ready to move to a mountain top and raise goats. So long as there’s wifi.

My Potential Future.  Possibly.  Maybe. Like the crazy goat lady in Cold Mountain. Yeah. That could work…



2 thoughts on “About Your Esteemed and Deranged Author

  1. the goat lady was NOT crazy , in fact if you listened to her she was a goat sage and very wise

  2. Heather,
    I am writing you here because you left your other blog saying that you were not going to check it frequently. I wanted to write and tell you that I am a fellow hip dysplagia individual and that you are not alone to have problems after surgery. It looks as though we were going through the diagnositic time together. It seems very frustrating to me to have been 26yrs old and be diagnosed with something that is quite easy to fix as a child. I know this for I am a pediatric nurse and have seen what they do for a child with hip dysplagia. Well, I wanted to say to you that I wish that I would have found your blog at the point and time you were writing it and could have given information along with you that could have helped others as well. Even reading it now has brought me back to 2006-07 when I was devastated with the diagnosis and treatment plan laid in front of me. I must say that I am now almost 6 years post-op and have been having issues ever since and pretty severe the past two years. Not yet have they figured out exactly what is causing my pain this time. They thought a last year that I had a laberal tear and gave me a cortisone injection in the hip. It helped for about 2 weeks!!! ha. Back at the OS now about to have an arthrogram for the first time to see what they can see. What can I say never ending battle for us who are late in the game being diagnosed. I did want to let you know that you are not alone and not that you have thought that with all the followings on your dysplagia blog but still always good to know that there is someone else out there going through the same woos as you. thank you for writing to inform people and provide them with information. it is nice to have that even from someone that is in the medical field. It is overwhelming when it is happening to you. -Misty

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