Hello again, friends.
It is high time for me to thank all of you for your love, support, prayers, karma, uplifting words....we have felt them all, I promise you.
And for those of you who are getting tired of hearing the tribulations of Heather J., well, I am sorry.
I am getting tired of talking about them.
I am way too tired of living it.
Nobody wants it to go away more than I do.
But alas, it won't.
And more are wanting an update than telling me to shut my piehole, so here it goes.
Today we have hope.
We haven't had it in a very long time.
I have duodenal Crohn's Disease.
I knew that.
Not only do I have duodenal Crohn's Disease, but I have fistulizing Crohn's Disease.
Don't know what that is?
Look it up, or just trust me, it sucks.
I am in the .05% of a disease population of 1,000,000.
I have an incurable, chronic, debilitating illness that is extremely difficult to manage, to control, to diagnose, to maintain, to explain.
But I have a new team of doctors that is expanding by the day.
A fresh approach.
An out of the box way of thinking.
I have to regroup and accept some harsh realities, but I do not have to give up.
I will never be healthy.
I will never run a marathon.
But the reality I have today will not be my only reality.
I will never surrender.
To God be the glory.
And to Team Fallon - can't imagine three stronger warriors to be on my side.
No matter what the battle.