Having a genetic disorder is like living in a pair of jeans that don't fit. I am adopted and my genes never really did fit in but once I learned that I had Elhers-Danlos Syndrome Classical type I and Osteogenesis Imperfects type 1, not only did I know for sure that my genes didn't fit, I found out what has been behind any aliments that I have had my whole life. The pictures above clearly show that I am hype-rmobile which is a hallmark of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.
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Liberty The Dog and I are so excited to let you know that for
the next 5 days(Oct 23-27 2019) you can go to https://www.amazon.com/dp/1723438138
and download our book, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome with Liberty the dog,FOR
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This book is a quick read with lots of cute pictures of
Liberty, she made me tell you that. We would love for you to read through the
book and leave us a review of what you think about it.
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What is this book, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome With Liberty The Dog
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome with Liberty the Dog is a book
Written by Amy Dee Hosp where the dog who has the same genetic disorder called
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome as her owner does, tells her story.
The book Ehlers Danlos Syndrome with Liberty the Dog is a
book for children. There is just a hand full of children’s EDS books on the
market and this one is at the top of the list. If you know a kid with EDS this
is the perfect gift for them. If you know an EDS kid or you’re an adult with
EDS this book will help you as well.
We are extremely excited about this and can't wait to help
For a quick look inside Liberty’s book go to YouTube at
or You can buy your paperback copy anywhere books are sold
Amy Hosp grew up in Frisco TX and she is a graduate of
Dallas Christian College where she earned a B.S. in Ministry & Leadership
and has spent some time working toward earning a master’s degree at
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth TX. In 2005 Amy served
as a missionary in Nigeria.
In 2012 Amy was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder
called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Classical Type I and in 2018 another rare genetic
disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type I. This extremely rare combination
of genetic disorders causes a host of health issues that have left Amy
disabled. Despite her disabilities, Amy enjoys random adventures ranging from a
spur of the moment road trip to the country to exploring ideas of the unknown
in life. Her life is a voyage and she
wants to invite you to go along with her and find in you, what she has and is
still finding, "The person that God created me to be!"
Amy is a writer, photographer, musician, and a missionary.
She deals with life by always looking for the positive side of every situation
and she will leave you with a smile. Her passion is to challenge the minds of
others to look deep inside of themselves and look at life from a different
perspective and to find the true giftings of God in their lives. Amy brings a
unique view to understanding God’s fullness and happiness for today’s Christian
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We have Prints of Photos, Greeting Cards, Tee-shirts, Coffee Mugs,
Notebooks, Tapestry, Bath Towels, Round Beach Towel, Shower curtains, Phone
Covers, Portable phone charger, Tote Bags, Carry-All Pouch, Weekender Bag,
Duvet Cover, Throw Pillow, Fleece Blanket, Yoga mat
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