On February 21, 2014 I took my 13 year old to school just like any other day.
March 7, 2005 started off a normal day. It would end abnormally for me. I awoke normally, no problems.
I woke up puking my brains out. I was nine years old and I knew instantly that something was wrong. I quickly realized I couldn't use my right arm and I was throwing up all over my bed.
July, 2015 will make one year since my mother had a ischemic stroke. Today she is speaking very well but still having some difficulty standing on her own.
Saturday, July 12, 2014 started out like any other normal day.
In October 2004, I was diagnosed with Moyamoya Disease which is a rare vascular brain disease.
I was in great health. I was 28, a wildlife biologist and wildland firefighter, and was on a detail in Idaho fighting a wildland fire with my crew.
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