Fall is here, and so is my desire to stay warm and cozy all the time in comfy layers. But a lot of times, adding layers is better for me in theory than it is in reality. Anything too tight or too bulky is really hard for me to move around in, and it often ends up getting really bunched up around my waist, because things fit differently when you’re seated. But this Addison Bay Crewneck, with zippers on both sides, is an accidentally adaptive solution to my problems!
For my last post of the series this year, I thought I’d share some things that I wish people knew and understood about my life. I want to share some of the big and small things – the things that you might not realize, or things that I’ve maybe mentioned before but are worth repeating.
I know that the end of August is not necessarily the ideal time to be posting a pair of sandals, but I just bought these recently and was so excited that I wanted to share. I saw these Brooklyn Buckle Crocs sandals online and placed an order almost immediately. They’re incredibly comfortable, surprisingly cute, and adjustable and adaptive, too.
A lot of times, my life with SMA feels pretty normal to me – I’ve got my routine down, and I don’t feel like I’m living all that differently than everyone else. But there have been times, over the years, where I’ve tried a little hard to pretend to be normal… and regretted it afterwards. Times when I didn’t really fully embrace and accept the impact SMA has on me. So I thought I’d explain a little bit about those times today.
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