You sure do complain about having AIDS a lot. The bible says you reap what you sow.
Yes he talks about having AIDS. HE HAS AIDS. It is a reality for him. A hard one to be exact. In ONE day, he will take 29 pills. On Wednesdays he takes FIVE, yes 5, of azithromicin. He FINALLY got to start his antiretrovirals. Now he has GOOD days.
Do you know what a GOOD day consists of?
For beginners, not puking you guts up for hours.
Not running to the potty with the runs for hours.
Being able to walk from the bed to the front door or the bathroom without being totally wiped out.
Actually weighing more than 120 at 6'2".
Being able to actually make a sandwich AND eat it.
Sitting through a 30 minute sitcom with out going to sleep.
Walking even though EVERY MUSCLE in your body hurts so bad you want to cry.
He can't even take the sheets off his bed without being so tired he has to sit down or lay down.
HE HAS NO RESERVE ENERGY. ALL THE ENERGY HE HAS HE USES EVERY MINUTE/SECOND OF THE DAY. THERE IS NOTHING TO FALL BACK ON.
Having AIDS is not something you would wish on your worst enemy, much less someone you love.
And for this stranger to make that comment to MY SON makes me want to open a BIG can of TEXAS WHOOP ASS all over them.
HOW DARE YOU SIT IN THAT HOLIER THAN THOU CLOSED BOX AND JUDGE MY SON.
WE ALL MAKE MISTAKES. EVERY ONE OF US. IT COULD BE ANY ONE OF US THAT GETS AIDS.
Transfusions, sex, yes, drugs. It can come to us innocently or not so innocently.
IF WHAT THAT PERSON SAYS IS TRUE, THEY WILL HAVE MUCH REAPING THEMSELVES.
Not kacklin so much tonight. I'm steamin for sure.
Michael, I love you.