Always obsessed with strawberries, moons and/or stars, tattoos, writing, and anything creative.
I was diagnosed with Fibrous Dysplasia in Sept. 2010. Taken from mayoclinic.com, "Bones are living tissue, so even after you stop growing, your bones are in a continuous process of renewal known as remodeling. In the process, certain bone cells (osteoclasts) tear down (resorb) bone, while other cells (osteoblasts) rebuild bone. Fibrous dysplasia disrupts the process, causing old bone to break down faster and replacing normal bone tissue with softer, fibrous tissue."