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TO DO: Eat dinner Spend time with family Complete homework Have flush  With a cecostomy comes a daily routine, an hour on the toilet flushing my bowels. It doesn’t seem like a big deal it’s just an hour out of my day, but that’s 456...

2016 was the year that many of us wish we could forget. We hope that in the future, history textbooks will casually omit this year's events while Millennials who have reached senior-hood drink heavily as they regale their grandsons and granddaughters of the year that really took a...

A few months back, I had the best day of my life and married my best friend. Some of you may even remember the blog post I wrote about it and that the same blog post appeared on The Mighty! I was so honoured that they...

... is when you're faced with a situation you just can't fix. When Noah recovered from his life changing surgery, I was grateful that he would finally be able to do what all the other kids his age were doing.  That is what all parents want right? To see...

When I was initially diagnosed with Crohn’s, I never thought in a million years that it would lead to surgery. I never thought that it would end either by costing me my life, or with an ostomy. When my illness reached the point where I...

When the doctors tell your parents that you may have mobility issues when you grow up, you never imagine yourself playing soccer, dancing, biking, and definitely not running a HALF MARATHON. Growing up, I did soccer and took dance lessons, but my passion was really in...