About your sassy blogger


Hello friends! Thank you for visiting my page. My name is Lisa Marie and I have the fabulous opportunity to give you a peek into the world of someone living with an autoimmune/neurological disorder of whatever sorts. I personally got tagged with Transverse Myelitis and Multiple Sclerosis. It has flipped my, once very active lifestyle, upside down but I refuse to let is keep me down! This blog is designed to specifically address all the crap people don’t understand about people living with these ridiculous diseases. Whether your living with it yourself, or are trying to get a better idea of what in the world is going on with your loved one, I hope you’ll find some answers.. and maybe a few laughs, on my page ❤

20 thoughts on “About your sassy blogger”

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Did I say thank you? For making this blog. Every post is so on point, is so perfect, is so me. I just can’t say thank you enough. I’ve been searching for a blog about TM and I’m happy I finally found one. My TM onset date:12/28/11. Walk with a cane, have immense pain, and all the other junk that goes with it. Following via email.

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    1. Thank you for the positive feedback. I really appreciate it!! Feel free to share these posts onto your personal FB page. It’s why I created them!


    2. Joelle,

      Thank you so much for your positive feedback! I hope that life continues to give you renewed hope and healing and that this blog can bring a smile to you, and maybe a therapeutic laugh or two ❤


    1. Thank you for following my blog, Paula! I hope you can use the posts to help enlighten your family, in a lighthearted way, about what life is like with what we deal with every day


  2. I am so blessed to have found you and your wonderful blog. I have had Chronic Regionsl Pain Syndrome for almost 4 years was just diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I have felt totally alone in this journey because “I don’t look sick” so expectations are always high for me to go on with “business as usual.” The extra costs of dr visits, meds, and counseling along with my having to often depend on my adult daughter and others in the household to clean, cook and care for my 87 year old dad, cause me to feel that they would have less stress if I was not around to burden them. Thank you for being here. That I could find you today when I’m in too much pain to get out of bed. Very grateful!


    1. Pat thank you for your sweet message. You are definitely not alone. So many of us suffer silently but it’s time that we come together for support and encouragement!


  3. Thank you! Your blog title is very clever. I cannot tell you how many times people listen to my story and respond with that “well, you look great” or “you don’t look sick”. I was diagnosed with Neuro Myelitis Optica (NMO) this year. I’m adjusting to vision loss and other nerve related symptoms. I swear by gluten free it has taken so many symptoms away. Take care!

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    1. Thanks so much for your feedback Marie! I can definitely relate to the frustration of “Not looking sick.” While I’m thankful that most of the time I look pretty healthy on the outside, it can be super difficult to help people understand my daily struggles. ❤ I'm so glad to hear that a gluten-free diet is helping you! Well wishes my friend ❤


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