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. TheContinue reading “To my Game of Temporal Lobe Fam”
Weekends are fun and relaxing. When Monday comes along, we remind ourselves we’re not children, but all grown up. I know it would be wonderful to sit in a tiny pool and play all day, but adults can’t do that. Mondays are for stepping out of the baby pool and taking a dive to swim in theContinue reading “Monday Reflections”
It’s hard to stay awake when all I want to do is sleep. It’s a struggle to stay focused when the eyes keep closing. I hope some coffee and sugary sweets will help me today. After all, it’s a new day, and I must live it with purpose. Good morning to everyone, and happy Friday!
It’s Friday once again! I am really looking forward to the weekend. It’s been a busy week and I am in need of some good rest. It’s been 116 days after my surgery. You’d think my energy would be back to normal, but it isn’t quite there yet. My headaches are increasing, but it isn’tContinue reading “The e-filmmaker Auras”
Last week was an exciting one!
There are so many things to reflect on this past week. With a lot to do and so very little time to write, I’ll let images display what I need to reflect on. After all, pictures are worth a thousand words.
People say when life throws you a curveball, dodge, duck or hit it out of the ballpark. I should have remembered to duck.
Who likes to work? Most people look forward to Friday so they can take a break from the long week. I look forward to the weekend so I can get energized for the coming week. Being able to do a full day of work means being a little closer to normalcy. I like normalcy andContinue reading “TGIF!”