denicebrown
Denice Brown
denicebrown
Apr 22 2017
117

I was a 28 weeker back in the 80s when babies that premature rarely survived and even more rarely survived without lifelong difficulties. My parents were told to expect the worst. I had some health issues as a kid, but today, I am the holder of two bachelors and a masters degree, work in a field I love, have travelled Read more

Apr 22 2017
400

I gave birth last Saturday, when I was only 25 weeks along, because my high blood pressure turned into preeclampsia and then HELLP syndrome in a matter of days. Original plan was to keep me at the hospital for as many weeks as possible before delivery, but my labs turned bad and then worse and doctors think I would

Mar 25 2017
7

Has anyone else with motor neuron disease lived this long I wonder.

Mar 25 2017
107

Stephen Hawking is 75 years old. At age 21, he was told he had about two years to live. No point to this except that every time I see his name I remember how old he is and think “man that guy is tenacious.”

Mar 18 2017
59

Make time for each other. My husband and I work very different schedules and we work a lot. So when we see each other, phones off, unplugged, all the attention is on each other. Even if that means just an hour (of sexy time lolz). We also never go to bed angry. That’s a rule. If we are arguing, it’s gotta be hashed Read more

Mar 18 2017
7

I told parents, siblings and my best friend at 8 weeks and then waited until I was 13 or so along for most others... We never “announced”. But really, it’s up to you! Do what you feel comfortable with.

Mar 18 2017
25

Following :) I get married in six weeks... although fiance and I have been together for eight years so I’m thinking (hoping) that nothing really changes.

Mar 18 2017
221

Hello lovely people of Jez. In the spirit of keeping you guys posted, I underwent a breast tomosynthesis and ultrasound this week and the doctor said “I don’t see anything I worry about here”. One of the areas of interest is a cyst and the other is a clump of breast tissue. I was advised to schedule a genetic risk

Mar 3 2017
143

Seriously, if this guy has billions, he can afford a tailor. His suits are always ill-fitting. I am an IT pro, don’t make anywhere near DT amounts of money, and my damn suit was still tailored to fit me.

Feb 18 2017
101

Maybe the next letter from your alma mater begging you to donate so the football team can have colored lights in their showers or whatever shit.

Feb 7 2017
467

By putting her back on the air all they are doing is validating alternative facts. They should blacklist her if she lacks credibility. I believe the colloquialism is, “Don’t feed the troll.”