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March: Endometriosis Awareness Month


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1 endochickNo Gravatar { 03.07.13 at 4:41 pm }

Happy Endometriosis Awareness Month!!!

First, it is so nice to SEE you! How cool! But is the video supposed to wrap back to a video from February 2011? You look different sans glasses and longer hair.

It’s wonderful seeing you online in March and spreading awareness. I’ve been meaning to try vlogging. Oh, if I were as brave as you…
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2 JeanneNo Gravatar { 03.07.13 at 5:08 pm }


Happy Endometriosis Awareness Month to you too. That’s a strange sentence isn’t it? Somehow happy and endometriosis seem oddly juxtaposed. However, like you, I am happy to see so many people spreading the word about endometriosis to increase awareness. There certainly seem to be more people talking about endometriosis now than just a few years back.

As far as why the video leads to all of the previous videos from my YouTube channel, there have been some changes at YouTube. I was shocked to discover that this was the first video I had made since February 2011! (I knew it had been a long time but didn’t realize it had been over two years). Anyway, YouTube (Google) has made major revisions since I last uploaded a video. I knew that they had redesigned all of the YouTube channels and such. For whatever reason, now when a video is uploaded to YouTube it automatically rolls to the other videos from that channel (when the embed code is used as I used it here on my blog). I’m not sure if there is a way to keep it from rolling to other videos or not – but I did notice that it does that now. It rolled to February 2011 first because that was the last video I uploaded before the other day. That was from the unfortunate experiment trying to grow my hair out. I always have my glasses on unless I have a migraine and it is hurting to wear them. I must have had a migraine the day I made that 2011 video.

It really is amazing how many more people are talking about endometriosis now than a few years back, isn’t it? If there is one quality you do not lack, it’s bravery!

I hope you are having a smooth recovery from your surgery! Get as much rest as you can.


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