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A Stroke of Luck, Part 1: I am Too Young for This

I haven’t posted on my blog for a long time, and I figured it was about time to start up again. I usually write about marketing, public relations, communications or small business, but a life changing event occurred seven months ago which compels me to write about it. 580 more words

Health

Can I do it? Yes I can. (with a little help)

Agreeing to participate in an activity a one-handed person probably cannot do alone, might seem silly. But I’ve always been a creator and I have missed making stuff. 160 more words

Stroke Survivor

I had a stroke

I Had A Stroke

On a typical Tuesday, August 29th, 2010 at the young age of 24, I was devastated with a stroke.  This moment was the scariest of all moments I have ever experienced in my life.  1,014 more words

College Health

What's Your Story Morning Glory?

You know when people say, “Hey…so, what’s your story?”

We all have a story. That’s undeniable.

Usually this question means, “What’s going on with you right now?” Unless, perhaps you’ve just happened to find yourself in a crazy situation straight out of a movie and you need to detail your character history or establish an alibi. 1,471 more words

Memoir

Acupuncture? Sure, why not....

For all my new readers, I guess I need to explain Lida. L.I.D.A. is an acronym for little dead arm. My nurses told me I couldn’t call it my dead arm because it wasn’t dead. 267 more words

Stroke Survivor

Celebrate good times, come on!

My God-daughter got married last weekend. Her wedding was augmented with a family reunion of her mom’s eight siblings, spouses, kids, and grandkids. There were about 50 people I’ve never met before. 109 more words

Stroke Survivor

A Patron Saint Against Stroke

Looking into the cultural history of stroke I’ve found that, although millions of people have suffered from it, the appearance in literature is not very common, although such attacks – called apoplexy – were recognized starting from classical times. 244 more words