The Best Advice for Adapting

After a traumatic life event, especially one that completely changes your life, time doesn’t stop. You can lose your job, lose your family, and feel completely lost on how to adapt and move on. That’s the part that’s extremely difficult. I even had to adjust how I ate food. If I was having soup, IContinue reading “The Best Advice for Adapting”

On to the next hell, continued, recovery

I hope anyone reading about my accident and recovery can take a little joy out of the humor that I inject here by making you smile and at least for a moment, forget how bad life can be sometimes. Even if you have a great life, I hope you enjoy reading. These stories are not meant to depress people or to make anyone feel sorry for me. It isn’t in my nature to complain. I enjoy writing and sharing what I have to say. I try to be lighthearted about it to offer a sense of hope for anyone who deals with the crises that come up in life.

On to the next hell

I’ll go into my release from captivity, AKA, the hospital. I spent about a month in the hospital in Connecticut. That’s a rough estimate because I don’t actually know how long I was in the hospital for and I didn’t consult my parents to find out that information. But on to the good part (sarcasm).Continue reading “On to the next hell”

#DEI, not so much

I’m going to shift gears a little bit today and give a brief synopsis of my current situation. I am 50, disabled, and no recent job experience. 3 strikes, and so far I’m out. I spent the last 3 years studying international relations. My last class ends August 10th, 2022 when I get my Bachelor’sContinue reading “#DEI, not so much”

My personal #AVM story

I’ll start by saying that there are many different places an AVM can show up in the body. Mine just happened to be in the back of my brain and close to my cerebellum. An AVM is basically a jumbled mess of veins that get tangled and over the years one of the walls getsContinue reading “My personal #AVM story”

My first blog post

Well, to be honest, I’m sitting here at my desk, wondering what comes next. If you have read the About Me page, then you have some understanding of my background and the tragic circumstances that have brought me here. I don’t find it difficult to talk about what happened to me, it is part ofContinue reading “My first blog post”

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