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Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis

Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis

You know what’s nice? Being able to breathe. That’s one of a few revelations I have had since my surgery 2 weeks ago for Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis. Last year, right before COVID-19 became a recognized threat, I noticed I was having a hard time breathing. If last...

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The Teal Pumpkin Project

The Teal Pumpkin Project

When my daughter was little her school had her sit at a separate table for lunch, with the rest of the kids who had peanut butter in their lunch bags. This was a surprise to me, we never had to do that as kids. But it also made me think of all the food allergies kids...

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Dance of the Monsters Under the Bed

Dance of the Monsters Under the Bed

My musical foundations, laid down in my earliest years, were “kids” shows (like Sesame Street and The Muppet Show), church choir, and film scores (like John William’s music for “Star Wars” and Jerry Goldsmith’s music for “Star Trek the Motion Picture”).Jump forward in...

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Food Stories : The Family Pickle Recipe

Food Stories : The Family Pickle Recipe

When I was young my mother would can or freeze fresh produce from her garden. Pickles were one of my favorite foods she would make. These dill pickles were a favorite family recipe that has been passed down for generations.I say ‘she made’ but in reality she had my...

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Food Stories : Would You Like Some Salad?

Food Stories : Would You Like Some Salad?

I met my husband, Brian, 25 years ago when we both lived in Southern California, he in San Diego and me in Los Angeles. I had been raised in between the two, in Orange County, and while I was not a California native, I definitely considered myself to be a Californian....

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Note from Angela

Recently I was diagnosed with a rare disease called Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis, which requires me to have 3 surgeries before the end of the year. Because of this I will be reducing my verbal communication at work and would appreciate clients using the ticket...

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Client Spotlight : Retrospect

Client Spotlight : Retrospect

Retrospect is a website for baby boomers to tell their stories. It is a community that helps people write their stories and keep them in a searchable database. To help save and share memories. Week by week, story by story, they help you capture and share your memories...

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Fruits of My Labor

Fruits of My Labor

This summer I increased my flower, vegetable and herb plants in my yard.You see I have these adorable fur babies that enjoying running (sometimes trampling), digging and eating things in my backyard. With my dogs in mind I have to be very picky about what I plant that...

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