Written by Sandi's Ow on March 31, 2015
In 2006, a doctor told Sandi Davis to quit her beloved job that very day, deal with her RA and other ailments—or she’d soon be dead. What was it like to suddenly stop working? First came relief. Then, freedom.
Written by Sandi's Ow on March 19, 2015
Sandi Davis looks back on the decision she made years ago not to have children after she had a genetic panel done. Does she regret her choice? Did the fears she had about a life without kids come true?
Written by Sandi's Ow on March 3, 2015
Writer Sandi Davis, who has RA, ankylosing spondylitis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, Raynaud’s, and occasionally tests positive for lupus, identifies which disease or syndrome is acting up by their symptoms
Written by Sandi's Ow on February 9, 2015
A friend sends Sandi Davis an old photo and she recalls the young woman receiving a scholarship award in an Oklahoma furniture store
Written by Sandi's Ow on January 22, 2015
Brrr Winter: It’s cold, it’s windy and it makes Sandi Davis hurt
Written by Sandi's Ow on January 13, 2015
20 years ago while in an arthritic flare, Sandi Davis nearly killed herself – here’s why she didn’t and quietly celebrates this Christmas Eve anniversary
Written by Sandi's Ow on December 24, 2014
While experiencing a side effect—feeling like her brain had been wrapped up in flannel—Sandi Davis riffs on the downside of medication
Written by Sandi's Ow on December 12, 2014
Merry Christmas from one of Santa’s true believers
Written by Sandi's Ow on November 7, 2014
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a few well-placed words can change a stranger’s day for the better.
Written by Sandi's Ow on October 19, 2014
Sandi and her days of greasepaint and a crush on a clown named Hans