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A bit about me!

Hey there! Welcome to my blog, I’m a 30 something year old Mum of two and I live on the outskirts of London with my husband. 367 more words

Stroke Survivor

Óvæntir sigrar

Það er svo ótrúlega gaman og það eru í rauninni forréttindi að fá að búa í þannig umhverfi að mér sé tekið alveg eins og ég er og mér er meira segja tekið vel! 283 more words

EVERYDAY LIFE

Blómabætingar

Það er svo dásamlegt að vera ríkur af vinum sem gæða lífið manns öllum þeim fegurstu og skemmtilegustu litum sem til eru. Ég er svo ofboðslega lánsöm að ég á heilan helling af vinum á öllum aldri. 143 more words

Stroke Survivor

Stroke Day 365 - PTSD

It is one year today that our new life was thrust upon us.

I guess it says something that I haven’t had stroke as the forefront resident in my life for more than six months, as evidenced by my last of posting. 752 more words

Stroke

The kind of reviews I'm getting...

In case you missed them, these are the kind of reviews I’m getting:

“I think the most important message I take away from this biographical account is courage is key in facing any adversity. 807 more words

Volunteer Spotlight: January 2018

Volunteers are so important to March of Dimes Canada and we are so appreciative and thankful for their continued support and work they do for the organization. 388 more words

Programs

FES Bike

In my book, I refer to an “FES bike”. This is a notoriously clever device.

It stands for Functional Electrical Stimulation, which means the pads I wear are programmed to provide electrical pulses to my muscles at the precise time my muscles need to be stimulated during revolutions of my ride. 29 more words