Category: fears

Epilepsy woke me up this morning

This morning laying in bed, just opening my eyes from a deep sleep, here is what was going through my mind. My 14-year-old daughter had her first seizures in February. Within days, she was diagnosed as having epilepsy and prescribed anti-epileptic medicine. On March 4, about a week after being back in school she had... Read more »

"That's what Americans do...."

I now have a clear and purposeful reason to write about the horrific events that occurred yesterday at the Boston Marathon. This morning on the news reporters are focusing on the heroes, the regular people in the crowds, the volunteers handing out American flags, the moms, the dads, the sisters, the brothers,  rushing toward the... Read more »

Writers write

Well today has been two weeks and three days since Abby’s last seizure. One month since her first two. We have since taken her off of one medicine, Keppra and have her on a new, stronger anti-epileptic drug, Trileptal. We appreciate each and every moment she is living her life, laughing, singing, dancing. We even... Read more »
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What I'd give .....

Here is what I no longer have. A flat stomach. Shapely, muscle toned thighs and cute booty. Thick, long “big” hair. Tight, wrinkle-free skin on my face. Energy. Energy. Energy. Memory. Good, long night’s sleep. Worry-free days. Worry-free nights. Sense that my Abby is safe and sound, tucked away for a peaceful night’s sleep  in... Read more »