The Day I Had a Stroke (part 2)

If you would like to read part 1 click here

The First Two Weeks

I don’t really remember the first week in hospital, just a slight glimpse – a doctor here, a catscan there. My brain was quite scrambled at the time. I had millions of fragmented thoughts running through my head all the time. Continue reading “The Day I Had a Stroke (part 2)”

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Erased

It’s weird being in my room and actually looking around for the first time. I see my life stopped, the last 2 ½ months erased and confusion over the feeling that something has changed. I know that I’ve changed, but how? Will I ever truly know, outside of my obvious disabilities? I don’t want to go back to the place I was before. I don’t want to remember that time. As strange as it is, for the first time since I graduated high school, I have clarity. I have purpose.

I’ve Been Away

Hey, everyone,

For the past month I’ve been in the hospital, so I haven’t been posting. I’m still here and I’m not sure how long I’ll be. I’ll be sure to update as soon as I get a chance. Then explain things of course.

If I can update Twitter, I’ll do that.

Don’t forget about me!

 

Jenny

Ambiguous Agreement

I have this cousin (as I’m sure many of you have) who is a bit on the crazy side. He’s not crazy in a mentally ill kind of way, (although debatable) he is crazy in the he parties more than any normal human being should kind of way. The party starts at the break of dawn for him and ends whenever and wherever he happens to pass out. Continue reading “Ambiguous Agreement”

I Don’t Think That’s Legal

Mom,

You don’t seem to realize that you can’t just contact celebrities on Twitter and ask them on a date. It doesn’t matter how cute you think our kids would be, I will probably still end up with a restraining order.

 

 

Referring to a contestant on American Idol

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