Army wife, chronically ill, questionably sane. Atheist. Mommy to two lovable fur balls, aunt to 3 of my sister’s spawn, loves to be musical, create in the kitchen, get behind the camera, and record life through writing on here when the mood strikes me. I don’t actually know just what I expect this to be yet, or who I even expect to share this with, so it’s sort of a no commitments, we shall see as we go along sort of thing, ok?

I promise to write about my wild grandma.


3 thoughts on “About

  1. aunt kathie says:

    I stumbled upon this blog recently and wanted you to know how impressed and proud of you and your writing style. I loved it , hope I can find it again loved hearing about you. You have always been a beloved niece and a now a great read.

  2. teresamarias says:

    Hi Rebecca,

    My name is Teresa Sabga. I am a freelance journalist studying at Syracuse University.

    This December, I found a mass the size of a cantaloupe in my lung. Knowing that my situation was uncommon, I began writing about my journey on the Internet. I didn’t want pity. I simply wanted support. I used social media to express my feelings without having to burden my family and friends, and in the end I realized I was helping fight stigmas against ill bodies.

    I’d like to write a feature for Glamour magazine that explores the way the Internet has changed the way we view illnesses, both visible and invisible, and how its changed our acceptance of grief and death, using examples of multiple case studies, and gathering different viewpoints from medical professors, professionals and doctors who study this trend.

    After reading your blog, I know that being able to interview you would only benefit my story. I’d love to interview you sometime next week, if possible. It should only take 30 minutes (probably less).

    Please email me at tmsabga@syr.edu if you’re interested.

    Thank you for your time and patience. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    All the best,
    Teresa Sabga​​​​​​​​​

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