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Life Is Funny

I am currently working as a tile setter in the outer northern suburbs of Portland, helping to build a wheelchair accessible shower for a woman with the same degenerative auto-immune disease that my mother had, while myself experiencing another, considerably more mild, auto-immune disease.

Life is funny.

First Person Narrative

ALS and me

Want to start off by apologizing for how disjointed the writing is.  I will get better at it.  I am writing things pretty much as they come to me.   2,604 more words


ALS Clinic at UNM Hospital Extends Lives

On February 8th the ALS Association New Mexico Chapter hosted an all day educational event “Ask the Experts”. Companion Care of Albuquerque was one of the event’s sponsors. 299 more words

Elderly Care

Birthday Songbook for Robbie

Hello loved ones!

Rob’s 53rd birthday is coming up this February and lots of people want to know what to get him or what he needs. 395 more words


Thankful for Gods Love Through You

Thank you for your prayers, words of sincere encouragement, and support through dads battle of ALS. Through it, I have seen Gods love through you. 87 more words

Two Years

I left the hospice hours before the end, but we knew it was coming. I held her cold hands and whispered my goodbyes. I told her about Elliott, something I had not been able to share with her when I knew she could hear the words. 571 more words


Peace, Love and Healing by Bernie Siegel, M.D.

Reading posts with depression tags is common for me when I have time. Early this morning I read on a WordPress blog: Me Before You, the post is about a book… 1,341 more words