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Jessica's Berry Chocolate Chip Muffins

What do you do when you’re a young woman – hey I’m still young – and you’re diagnosed with a disease that confines you to a bed? 218 more words

The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green

As seen on Goodreads:

The New York Times bestselling author of Falling presents a warm, wise, and wonderfully vivid novel about a mother who asks her three estranged daughters to come home to help her end her life. 811 more words

Book Reviews

Study Abroad: London Fall 2015 #17 "Super Oppressed Ppl"

Study Abroad: London Fall 2015 #17 “Super Oppressed Ppl”

6th of October 2015 – Tuesday

When we went to the National Gallery today, as my group presented on this artist, Francesca, Machete (professor) snapped at David, because he had his phone out. 862 more words

Study Abroad 2015 London

"Hey Siri"

Part of the good, the bad and the ugly of ALS is that the mind is unaffected. Using your mind to control your body without the help of muscles is a big dilemma. 113 more words


Eye tracking

Ruth and I went to Tampa last Monday to the University of South Florida where I was tested on five eye-tracking computers to find the one most compatible. 298 more words

Slow Cooker Pot Roast

I always loved to cook! Baking, mmmmmmm…not so much. I was getting more into baking when I was diagnosed with ALS but sadly that never came to fruition. 364 more words

Over the mountains again and again

Andy ran a 10K race in Sacramento on April 15. We drove down the day before and back on the 15th. The drive to and from Sacramento takes us over Donner Summit, a pass in the Sierra Nevada mountains.Stan and I went over the mountains again on Tuesday for ALS Unfiltered, a discussion of the current state of medication research for ALS on Berkeley. 702 more words