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Nick loved babies.  In this picture he is holding his newly born neice.  I wonder if I’ll ever get a picture of him and his son. 160 more words

Word of the day Two

Humility: the quality or state of not thinking you are better than other people : the quality or state of being humble.

For me, humilty is treating someone with respect, no matter their job, religion, or other factors.   95 more words

Concussion

Survivors SPEAK OUT! Jeremy Dorr

Survivors SPEAK OUT! Jeremy Dorr

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Jeremy Dorr

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I am here

It was a simple question.  Was I religious?  I have never been religious.  Spiritual?  Yes.  Not religious.

I like to take a little bit from all religions.   344 more words

Johnny Lewis and Brain Trauma

Traumatic Brain Injury and its related afflictions which come about from severe blows to the head have recently come into the public’s awareness, thanks to the recent film, “Concussion,” which tells the story of  605 more words

Johnny Lewis

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Johnny Trusted Everyone, Suspected No One

Johnny was unique in 21rst Century American society in many ways.  A major difference between him and the rest of his world was that he honestly believed that no one was capable of anything but good, and that if you extend your helping hand, it will always be honored.    431 more words

Johnny Lewis

The meaning of life

I wish it would end. This manicky movement on his left side.   This movement that frazzles the nurses and dismays me.  This picking and pulling.  This reaching and catching that is startling.   191 more words