Epilepsy is much like the weather. It’s unpredictable and always changing. A sunny, 85 degree morning can quickly turn into a 58 degree with scattered thunderstorms afternoon.
With epilepsy, you can never predict what will happen next. You prepare for a picnic. Lightning strikes, and you have to watch the latest documentary on Netflix.
The weather is very unfavorable when we really don’t need it to. But through sunshine and rain, each of you have been right beside me.
Whether you were there at the beginning or met me along the way, I want to thank you for supporting me.
Thanks for putting up with my nonsense. Thanks for listening to my randomness and laughing, even when my jokes weren’t funny.
You gals and guys are the best! It’s because of you that my Walk to END Epilepsy this past weekend was such a success.
From the bottom of my purple heart, thank you, my ever-growing epilepsy fam!
With trying to get my seizures under control and adjusting to my new meds, unfortunately, I won’t be making it to the National Walk for Epilepsy in Washington this year.
However, this doesn’t mean I can’t walk here in Texas!
If you’re in the area and would like to walk for a good cause, please join me in strolling at the 2018 Stroll for Epilepsy in Dallas, Texas.
My team, Game of Temporal Lobe, will be raising awareness and funds for the Epilepsy Foundation of Texas, and we’d love for you to be part of our team!
The required six-month seizure free restriction for driving in Texas has finally come and past. Now, it’s time to get out of the passenger’s seat and step on the gas!
I can’t really remember much from last week. My mind is filled with thoughts about my trip to South by South West (SXSW) this past weekend. For those of you who don’t know, SXSW is a combination of film, interactive and music festivals in Austin, Texas. Continue reading