Purple Canaries

Joyce Gould with Jill Gould

AIP

Resolutions vs Revolutions….

2018 is filled with promise.   While I’ve not been super at keeping New Year’s resolutions in the past (and in fact, stopped making them years ago), I promise this New Year will contain revolutions of sorts. In fact, Purple Canary, The Girl Who Was Allergic to School: The True Story of How School Chemicals […]

Great things can come in small packages.

As this very wearying year comes to an end and I find myself firmly ensconced in the 2017 holiday season, I realized that an inspiring gift had come via the Internet some weeks ago. Just words, it might seem an obscure, small thing to some, but to others, the 88 words meant someone got the […]

A Tribute

Sitting on your throne, royal down to the bone. Some say you deserve the Nobel Prize– a mirror reflection of their lies. You wear a crown with horns while we wear crowns of thorns. Too many are still fooled by your disguise: a perfect shape, perfect size, pretty little face with a nasty alibi. This […]

The eye sees only what the mind can comprehend. – Henri Bergston

I know I’m not alone in thinking it highly inappropriate that the apf coalesced around an AIP index case who did not produce holy grail darkened urine “naturally” and then joined forces with a group to set the bar for diagnosing ALL acute porphyrias based on excretion levels of of U-PBG (which, as it turns out, […]