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Jodi C.
Jodi C.
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Tracey E.
Tracey E.
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Reciprocal Empowerment
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Daily Inspiration
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Sheila H.
Sheila H.
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My loving lady aka my grandma

About two and a half years ago on October 11 2010 my grandma had a stroke. She recovered slowly but got it together with her family daughter, great grandson, and granddaughter. She started walking and moving her left and right side great and started to say her words fully and correct. When she got better my mom moved her with her like the next day she had a seizure and it lead her to live in a nursing him and she got better again she was talking and eating puree food with thickening. Then she had another seizure she had a feeding tube and she had to get medicine thru it too. She started to have trouble with her breathing and she was always going out she lose everything her speech and movement. We fought a long fight and on May 26, 2013 I lose my grandma

 

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