About Me: Female, 35, Hendersonville, NC, member since Dec 2011
Call me a believer in Christ, a poet, a wife, a parent, a conspiracy theorist, a politicking woman, a mind stimulator, a thought provoker, a truth speaker/seeker, a writer, and a revolutionist. I'm intelligent, intellectual, cool, down to earth, blunt, honest, and sweet
[More] (don't mistake my kindness as a weakness).
~MY HEALTH ISSUES~: MDD of 24 years (Major Depressive Disorder), Hemorrhagic Cyst on and off since 8 years or so? (hopefully they will leave?--for good!), DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) 4-5 times I have had it. Bladder Incontinence/Pelvic Floor Disfunction for 10 years--hopefully it will get fixed soon? GERD for years, and IBS for years
~EXTRA~: I have four boys, one is my step-son. ages are: 16, 12, 10, and 7 (step-son). Had an Hysterectomy recently on Nov. 16, 2011. Had complications--hemorrhaging nonstop, hospitalized again Dec. 6th-8th of 2011 for that issues. I've been married for a year and four months now.
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