Atypical Girl

I live an atypical life. I welcomed my first born around the same time an incurable disease forced it’s way into my life. They call it, moyamoya. I call it my transformation. Refusing to fade away, I fight… Fight to live. Fight for hope. Fight for a cure. I am not alone. This disease has also affected my family. I have a husband, 3 toddlers, and a vibrant life ahead of me. Together we forge the best weapon we can form… a life of substance built on uplifting each other up. Join us on our journey to a life built on positivity. I blog to capture our memories together. I blog in the hopes of spreading moyamoya awareness. I blog to spread hope. I blog about all of the nerdy things we love as a family… all of the things we love to do as a family… and everything in between. I blog to show that even with this deadly disease, my life isn’t over. Hop on, enjoy the ride.

Atypical Disease is all about embracing the life we are given and living it the fullest potential.

To learn more about Moya Moya, there are support group sites on the web and on facebook. or!/tara.macinnes

This may not be the most educational blog for MoyaMoya… but I will be documenting alot of what I go through as I venture out in my journey as a woman living with MM.

Thank you for stopping by.



12 Comments Add yours

  1. jacksaunsea says:

    I already feel inspired just from “stopping by.” Lookin’ forward to reading your posts.

    1. adavis0219 says:

      Thank you. You have a way with words. Refreshing would be the word to describe it.

  2. gruundehn says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and I’m glad you liked my thoughts on police SWAT teams. I hope to inspire thought on various subjects as well as let people know what is going on in an ordinary person’s life. Your blog looks nice and I hope you go far with it.

    1. adavis0219 says:

      Thank you. I look forward to reading more of your work. I really do. Press on!

  3. davidtalks13 says:

    Another hot married woman. Balls!

  4. themofman says:

    Thanks for taking a look at the Hammer Home Street Photography Project. Thanks to you also, I’ve learned a little about moyamoya.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

    1. adavis0219 says:

      Thank you! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and may you have a happy new year!

  5. nicolasstag says:

    You say you have a disease, but is it really a disease? Perhaps it’s just dis-ease, which is quite different! Anyhow, I have followed your blog. Keep it up!

    1. TriOptic says:

      lol, I try not to have moyamoya define who I am. Thank you for the follow! 🙂

  6. Rhonda Davis says:

    I love you Arrive😘

  7. Rhonda Davis says:

    I love you Arrive😘

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