I want to start this blog by saying this: if you are taking Atripla, remember that everyone's body is different...I am talking about my own experience and this is not meant to scare anyone, but to...
Submitted on : Aug 23, 2014
In my next several blogs I would like to explore with you some of the strategies that have worked for me and others in running the HIV marathon.
Submitted on : Jun 25, 2014
I'm running through the streets of Soho in stilettos to catch the late train home, feeling like Cinderella as she left the ball just before the clock struck and she returned to rags. I had been to...
Submitted on : May 12, 2014
Thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of the photo shoot. I didn't really think I would get anything out of it. It would be more for the public than for me. I was so unbelievably wrong. The...
Submitted on : Mar 13, 2014
Editor's Note: In 2012, The Well Project was thrilled to help sponsor Caitlin Margaret Kelly's international photography project (then titled, "I am...Women Living with HIV") to be on display at the...
Submitted on : Oct 3, 2013
My apologies for taking so long to write but I set myself a project back in August and this was to go one step further with my ‘GrenAIDS’ I created last year. Those were ready-made Toy Grenades which...
Submitted on : Sep 20, 2013
Sometimes I wonder, truly wonder...where did the 'Girl in Me' go? Then, things happen as they did last night. Here in my city, Winston-Salem, NC...I'm privileged to be a part of so many things.....
Submitted on : May 23, 2013
The Red Ribbon Dress had two great events last year. Firstly it was invited along to The Sussex Beacon Gala Celebrity Event and appeared in the window of Waterstone's Book Shop in Gower Street,...
Submitted on : May 13, 2013
This month of November and this Year of 2012 is my 10 th Anniversary of being diagnosed HIV Positive. Back in 2002 when I was finally diagnosed, I never thought I would be living 10 years on? Just...
Submitted on : Nov 26, 2012
This project (See my blog about the Red Ribbon Dress ) originally began in 2004/05 and was as a sort of ‘Coming Out’ piece about being HIV Positive and was made for my end of year show. The Original...
Submitted on : Aug 13, 2012

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