Five months ago, at the age of 41 years old, I suffered a stroke. We don’t know the exact cause of my stroke. It’s complicated because I have a heart pacemaker, which prevents a more detailed assessment of the insult to the brain from being undertaken, but the stroke has affected the left side of my body. 670 more words
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Riding a Harley is probably one of the most important things in my husband’s life. It helps to ground him and as anyone knows who has ridden one, it gives you a sense of freedom like you can get nowhere else. 980 more words
Warning signs proliferated. I chose not to look too closely.
For the first two years of my post-stroke life, I focused on getting rid of the cane and becoming independently mobile, doing things like carrying a cup of coffee from the kitchen to my chair by the living room window. 180 more words
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As I track my own thinking, I cant help but to think about how I have transformed my thinking over the years, early on, before I changed the way I was thinking, I had always thought sad and vile thoughts, and still to this day I have to be conscious of what I am thinking. 787 more words
Its been a while since ive updated my blog.
More so it hasnt been just a good day as we near closer to the end of 2015 i would say its been a good but tough year! 206 more words