The days are long but the years are short sum up raising my daughters with a chronic illness.
In a blink of an eye, my baby girl is a college Freshman and my youngest daughter is in High School.
I sigh with relief, remorse and gratitude.
Raising two children while trying to survive two chronic illness rare diseases Sheehan’s Syndrome and Relapsing Polychondritis has been a rollercoaster ride.
With life on survival mode, my parenting skills were frequently in the backdrop.
At times my lack of mothering my daughters worries me but It Is What It Is.
I have much gratitude that in spite of my limited parenting my daughters have shined with sympathy and empathy for others.
With lots of pride, I write my oldest has become a remarkable young woman, and she has launched her own YouTube Channel, Update With Sarah G.
My heart and spirit dance as I watch Sarah’s YouTube videos.
My daughter Sarah is an amazing young lady and her YouTube videos offer a refreshing insight into college life.
With much Mommy pride, I list my daughter’s YouTube channel and videos.
If you have a teen or preteen in your home Update With Sarah G offers fun, laughs, and insight advice.
Sarah, I am so proud of you!
You can click on the following link to subscribe to Update With Sarah G.
Below are several of Updates With Sarah G YouTube Videos:
- Welcome To My YouTube Channel, Update With Sarah G
- Freshman Dorm Tour
- All About Me
- Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger
- Jelly Bean Boozle Challenge
- How To Make The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Little Sister Does My Make Up
I am beyond bias, but I believe my daughter has so much to offer others.
I LOVE all of my daughter’s YouTube videos, but to date, the YouTube Video, Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger is my favorite.♥
My daughter is a teenager who offers terrific college life advice well beyond her years.
Cheers to you Sarah!
With much relief and gratitude, I blog, How YouTube Updates With Sarah G Survives Chronic Illness.
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