Tag Archives: PCS

My Granny Square Journey

Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), *yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook, repeat from * once more. The classic double crochet.  I started with one, added about 25,000 more, and … Continue reading

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Energy Limitations from Chronic Fatigue – Explaining Brain Injury (VIDEO)

Fatigue that is chronic.  I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.  Of all the mundane and weird ways that brain injury has effected my life – this is the way that is most crippling. It gets to me.  The … Continue reading

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Unsolicited Assistance

I feel a rush of excitement when the mail arrives, that breathless moment while I sort through the stack and see if I have received anything.  Meaning me, like, as a person.  Not me the consumer, not me the potential … Continue reading

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TBI Rockstars

Something new is going on! I am very excited to share that my friend, Brie, and I have started a series of videos about brain injury recovery and life with post concussion syndrome.   We both have been recovering from PCS … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home

Today is Mary’s and my four year anniversary.  Four years ago today, she and I met after work at Leddy Park for a picnic and conversation that lasted into the night.  And we’ve been together ever since. I won’t make … Continue reading

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Unspoken Hostility

Mary and I slowly float towards shore.  Time to go home, make dinner, eat outside in the shade to avoid the heavy heat of the house.  After a long day of high temperatures, an evening dip in the lake at the local … Continue reading

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Epic Fail (Video)

I have never failed a test in my life… not really.  A few times I might have dragged my ass over the finish line with a “C”, but those were the rare exceptions where disinterest, inconsistent study habits, and life … Continue reading

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