Photo Friday- Grandpa’s Hands

This picture is being sold as part of a fundraising effort between the US PainFoundation and 540WMain, a non-profit run by my dear friend Calvin Eaton in Rochester, NY. Learn more about this project and how to purchase artwork by those who have chronic pain conditions.

Invisible Beauty in Pain Artist Spotlight & Interview- Katie Golden

I recently took this picture at the bedside of my grandfather after major surgery. He is making a slow, but steady recovery. Both hands, his and mine, are in pain. His from surgery, mine from chronic migraine. Pain doesn’t discriminate.

 

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Judgment from Medical World

Yes, I Wear Makeup in the Hospital

May 24, 2017

Makeup, four-inch heels, power suits, cocktail dresses, regular hair and nail maintenance. That was me in the professional world. Client meetings, networking events and charity functions. They all require the professional look.

Sabotage

March 23, 2017

The mere thought of taking your brain into a sunny environment, filled with music, friends and acquaintances to enjoy something as simple as happy hour is overwhelming. The outside world slowly becomes a place filled with unknowns. Will my brain behave or will the combination of a screaming child, an ominous rain cloud and the…

Photo Friday-Headache on the Hill

February 10, 2017

This picture was taken last year at Headache on the Hill, an annual lobbying event on Capitol Hill for migraine research. This coming Monday and Tuesday will be the 10th year advocates, patients, caregivers and headache specialists will descend upon the Hill to make sure our voice is heard.