Tired of Bullshit

When do we get a break? Those of us with degenerative diseases never get a break from what’s happening with us, but our friends only seem to reach out when they need something, but suck at being there when
they are explicitly needed. Some family members are always there, and others there only when convenient for them. As for significant others…it’s stressful and seems thankless, but they will always be our #1 supporters—but at what point do they want to quit? I need some feedback and help before the meltdown turns into an eruption!


Bambino

Bambino


Nap time with daddy (Taken with Instagram)

Nap time with daddy (Taken with Instagram)


Little Bambino—Our phenomenal new baby! (Taken with Instagram)

Little Bambino—Our phenomenal new baby! (Taken with Instagram)


Buddha belly boy!  (Taken with Instagram)

Buddha belly boy! (Taken with Instagram)


Puppy love. Cheech & Roxie  taking care of me and cuddling with each other! Melts my heart! xoxo (Taken with Instagram)

Puppy love. Cheech & Roxie taking care of me and cuddling with each other! Melts my heart! xoxo (Taken with Instagram)


Sleepy Cheech (Taken with Instagram)

Sleepy Cheech (Taken with Instagram)


Steven & Roxie (Taken with Instagram)

Steven & Roxie (Taken with Instagram)


Steven & I at Mom’s 50th birthday dinner @ RPM (Taken with Instagram)

Steven & I at Mom’s 50th birthday dinner @ RPM (Taken with Instagram)


Cheech is making sure Roxie is okay after her surgery. Brother & Sister! (Taken with Instagram)

Cheech is making sure Roxie is okay after her surgery. Brother & Sister! (Taken with Instagram)


My mom ruffs my bat ears! xo  (Taken with Instagram)

My mom ruffs my bat ears! xo (Taken with Instagram)


I ruff my life! xo (Taken with Instagram)

I ruff my life! xo (Taken with Instagram)


Treats? What!! (Taken with Instagram)

Treats? What!! (Taken with Instagram)


Birthday dinner at Hub 51 (Taken with Instagram)

Birthday dinner at Hub 51 (Taken with Instagram)