My son is my everything. He’s my main reason why I am so tough and try to stay fearless. 5 years ago I never would of been able to fight the way I do. I thank God everyday for my little miracle (he’s not so little anymore lol) but he was born a preemie on December 24th. My husband and I never thought we were able to conceive, and we proved that it’s possible. I’m definitely not a badass, but I do feel stronger because of my beautiful son. I was diagnosed with #lupus #inflammatoryarthritis #sjogrens
in 2012. I never got a diagnosis of endometriosis until my ob/gyn finally agreed to do exploratory surgery on me in 2017. I’ve had all the symptoms for at least 14 years. I had a partial #hysterectomy
in 2017 and confirmed that I in fact was covered with endometriosis and it was attacking my bladder also. Ever since my partial hysterectomy, the pain immediately came back. And up to this day it’s like the pain never went away, all the symptoms are back. My mom went through a spitting image of what I’m going through and her mom too. Back in 2012 I had a right #nephrectomy
due to reflux and had only been giving 8% function. So now I’m living with one kidney, and stage 2 acute kidney failure and kidney disease. It’s been a very tough road but I’m doing just fine, and I know God will always be there. I’m a firm believer in God, Family, and working hard. #chronicallybadass #fedexground
I love my job as a package handler and I push myself every....single.....day.