There’s not much about me that hasn’t been extensively covered in the blog posts on this site, but here’s the gist:
I’m Monica, a thirty year old woman on wheels in the Midwest. I was diagnosed with the world’s most common heredity neuropathy no one’s heard of, Charcot Marie Tooth, when I was a toddler. CMT affects 1 out of every 2,500 people. There are many sub-types of CMT. Mine is 2A.
When I’m not writing about my life, I’m busy working at my hometown library, playing video games with my husband, and cuddling up with my silly dachshund, Murphy Longbottoms.