I am 30 years old - I was 24 at stroke, and two days first anniversary, April 2005.
There was a delicious, uttering silence, but it was not silence, they were words, words that I was saying, but they were not really words, I thought they were words.
On 7/7/2005 I had a Major Stroke. My husband was in AZ I was in Buffalo, NY.
massivehemmrorhagic stroke in 2000. now play golf one-handed and ski standing up.
That day in May 2008 started like any other spring Saturday. I was off to work at my 2nd job, a job I loved at the local greenhouse. It was Mothers Day weekend and promised to be a busy day.
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