Hi everyone and welcome back to another blog! Todays topic will be about fitting in and how it can be a struggle fitting in… in Turners it’s very common for a girl to look younger than she actually is… it’s a running joke in my family that I look twelve years old but in realityContinue reading “Fitting in…”
HI everyone I am so sorry I have not posted in a while but I just wanted to hop on here and give a little bit of an update! I finished my first college class with an 87% and We Thanksgiving was last week and I had my Family over for dinner and we hadContinue reading “Happy Holidays!”
Hi everyone! Welcome back today’s blog will be a little life update and just what I have been up to these past couple weeks. First off I am moving to a new house in Las Vegas so I have been preparing for that. On Halloween weekend my family and I went to California for theContinue reading “life update”
HI everyone and welcome back to another blog! Todays blog is an interesting fact and that fact is that Turners girls have kidney malformations and do not usually cause any problems but Turners girls can be more prone to urinary tract infections Source: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/turner-syndrome/symptoms-causes/syc-20360782 thanks for reading and come back on Tuesday for another blog!
Hi everyone! Welcome back to another blog todays topic will be my work experience and what it was like for me to get a job. First off I started looking for one senior year of high school. I had applied for many jobs at many places like target, kohl’s, food places and many more. IContinue reading “Work Experience”
Hi everyone and welcome to a new blog! todays blog will be about being short and things we have to deal with while being short Not being able to reach the gas pedal in the car and having to be so close to the steering wheel Having a step stool in the kitchen 24/7 BeingContinue reading “short girl problems”
HI everyone todays blog is a fact of the day! That fact of the day is that a mathematics learning disorder called Dyscalculia is found in about 50% in all turners syndrome girls. Thank you for reading and hope you enjoy! source: Turners Syndrome Global Alliance facebook page.
Hi and welcome back to another blog! the topic today is my surgery and doctor visits. To begin, as you may or may not know, I have bicuspid aortic stenosis and had surgery when I was two and a half. The surgeon told my parents that I will have to have another surgery in sixContinue reading “Doctor visits”
Hi everyone it’s Emma! Welcome back! Today’s topic will be about school and how school was for me. To start, I went to a Catholic school from kindergarten to fourth grade until my parents found out I have some learning disabilities. I went to public school from fifth grade to eighth grade. Then I wentContinue reading “schooling”
Hi everyone and welcome back! Today’s blog will be about driving. Driving has not been the easiest for me, I have struggled with Confidence behind the wheel, timing with yellow lights, turning and going in reverse this is all associated with some of my learning disabilities. I have failed both a permit and a behindContinue reading “Driving…”