About My FarragoesMy Farragoes is my motley mix of things. You'll find posts on everything in my life - my dating adventures, my writing, my MS, my crazy, anything I find amusing, and everything else I feel like posting about. There will be humor. There will be a lot of fucking swearing. There may even be violence. There will most likely be drunken ramblings and a few pity parties. And I guarantee there will be boring posts that make even me want to stab myself in the neck just for some added excitement. I encourage you to grab a drink, shut the kids (or the pets or the hubby or the wifey) in the bathroom, and poke around a little bit. I like it when people poke around ;)
About MeI'm Becki, I'm 36, and I'm crazy. :) You can follow me on Twitter @Koppur (pronounced Copper, like the color of my hair - Redheads kick ass!) or just adore me here. Check out my About Me page for all the dirty details.
Category Archives: MS
Received this reply from O Magazine today: Thank you for taking the time to write us and sharing your thoughts on the Gratitude Meter piece. We deeply apologize if this issue offends you and we genuinely take every reader’s opinion … Continue reading
So, how was Singles Night? No fricken chicken idea. I didn’t go. Now, in all fairness, I didn’t not go because of my anxiety. So yay for me! 🙂 I didn’t go because of my fatigue. So boo for my … Continue reading
Being on SSDI, I am poor. Your SSDI is figured by how much you have paid into it over the years you worked. I had my first job when I was 18, and worked part-time minimum wage jobs through college. … Continue reading
Since going on SSDI, I’ve struggled with feeling useless and like a drain on society and on my family (who, thanks to the fabulous government we have, help me out financially from time to time). Now, don’t get your poopy-pants … Continue reading
I’ve always loved to garden. My Mom tells me one of her favorite memories of me is from the first year we lived in our house. I was about 2 years old, and I was outside, wobbling around on my … Continue reading