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 behind the wheel test. I have recently started driving lessons and on the first lesson my confidence with driving went up a lot and will be scheduling two more lessons with an instructor and am hopefully going to get my license in November. I hope you all enjoy and stay tuned for more blogs! “Never say Never” -Justin Bieber
Hi everyone! Welcome back to my Blog! Today’s blog is a fun fact!
that fun fact is that Turners Syndrome Girls are about 4 feet 8 inches in height without growth hormone injections.
enjoy and stay tuned for my next blog post!
Hello, my name is Emma, I am 18 years old living in Las Vegas Nevada. I am living with a medical condition called Turners Syndrome. For those of you who do not know what Turners Syndrome is, its a chromosomal disorder found in only girls and it affects the X chromosomes in females, to read more about it click here https://www.turnersyndrome.org/about-turnersyndrome It has not been an easy road, My parents found out while my Mom was pregnant with me. When I was born the doctors originally thought I had trisomy 18, which is worse than Turners Syndrome. I have had a lot of doctors and still do have a lot of Doctors. The appointments have been hard for me and my parents. I also have Bicuspid Aortic Stenosis which required surgery when I was two and a half and have gone to many cardiologist appointments and they are not easy at all. The anxiety, the nervousness, the anticipation its hard to overcome but I have to be strong. I wanted to start this blog because I want to share my story and hopefully help other girls dealing with the same thing. Thanks and I hope you enjoy my blog.
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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton