Category Archives: Traumatic Brain Injury

One hell of a hot day

“Oh my god, Oh my god, oh my god,” were the only words that were coming out of my mouth. As soon as I came out of the doors, my hand flew up to my face in disbelief, dropping my … Continue reading

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Regular cup o’ joe

A Dunkin’ Donuts pumpkin coffee actually…with a pumpkin donut… a MUST to go all seasonal with the fall themed weather, changing of the leaves, the brisk temperature The scene: a cozy Dunkin’ Donuts coffee shop, with a friend who is … Continue reading

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inferior feelings

No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. Elenor Roosevelt We all have insecurities about ourselves.  Maybe we don’t like to admit it, but the majority of us have that little voice inside our head, the paranoid one, … Continue reading

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why?

WRITING 101: DAY 1 Why do I write?  I write because I have a goal.  I have a goal of sharing my experience with a traumatic brain injury and rehab with others.  I hope to inspire and provide comfort and … Continue reading

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Poker face

Life consists not in holding good cards, but in playing those cards you hold well. Women’s Fitness  @Women-Fit Life is not about existing in a crappy life, but it’s what you do with the crap life’s given you. A person … Continue reading

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Continuity of life

I never knew how much joy could be derived simply from seeing a baby bird grow up, and then mommy return to the same nest to lay even more eggs.  I was devastated when I had to go to work … Continue reading

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laugh at yourself

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice. I can choose to be grateful even when my emotions and feelings are still steeped in hurt and resentment. It is amazing how many occasions present themselves in which I can choose … Continue reading

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perfect?

What is the definition of perfect? Being without flaw? Is that something real to expect? Your perfect is different than my perfect. My perfect is different from my Grandmother’s perfect. Oma’s perfect is different from my mother in law’s perfect.  … Continue reading

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Head over heels

“That was you?”  I find my neighbor ask in amazement while I open the door to find her sweeping the snow off my porch when she heard a thump, thump, thump, thump, thump thump thump…  Yes, that was me falling … Continue reading

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Chilly Penguins

HAPPY ASH WEDNESDAY!! It is the beginning of Lent. And yes, it is another snow day for many schools around the Northern VA area.  [2/18/2015]  Since FCPS is out, that means that even my church will not have Ash Wednesday … Continue reading

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