How Are You Doing?

I will be working on a blog and video piece about the question, "how are you doing?". I have identified that: People who aren't a...

Post-Stroke Blues

To be candid, mornings are a struggle for me. I feel stumped why this occurs, and at the end of the day I painfully dissect what occurred...

Deep Conversation

Post- Stroke: Threshold Angiogram and Frustration One-year Post- Stroke One-year Post-Stroke part 2 Post-Stroke: One Year of Emotions...

Quotes

These are a few quotes that get my through the day. Not only do the words hit me, but I'm enjoying the creative outlet of mashing...

Special Day

On October 27th, 2019 my husband and I did a small legal marriage in our hometown. It was part 1 of 2 of our wedding celebration. Our...

Post-Stroke: Holidays

The holidays, a breathtaking time of the year filled with adornment. The gratification of the soft glow of stringed lights, lighted...

Releasing the Baggage

Releasing baggage is a quintessential adage. It’s easier to profess than to put into practice. Here is the statistic on baggage- we all...

Transformation by Month

December- Before Stroke 2019 January- Stroke 2020 February- 2020 March- Second Surgery 2020 April 2020 May 2020 June 2020 July 2020...

Ready to Travel

The last time my husband and I traveled was December of 2019 for our wedding. All travel plans placed on hold because of my two brain...

 

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Overcoming trauma is difficult. We are left alone trying to navigate life after stroke or ruptured brain aneurysm and many more. I hope to be your vessel to relate to, encourage and help.

 

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