Thankful Thursday

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9 Responses

  1. danielle says:

    hugs…because I’ve learned to be thankful in my own unique ways too…


  2. Marissa says:

    I think your dedication to sharing the truth about your struggle is beautiful, honest and inspiring, and for that I am thankful on this Thursday.

  3. Amanda Jobin says:

    Time for that “authentic” tattoo?

  4. Denice says:

    Sometimes our difficult situation is downright sucky. And sometimes the silver lining or the lesson comes after-the-fact. You are strong and inspiring!!

  5. Danielle – Thankful in unique ways, that’s exactly it. And yes Denice, I have to be patient for the silver lining later. As a glass half full girl, I know it’ll be there. And Amanda, seriously, where the heck do you think I learned my authenticity in pain? Thank-you all for this support.

  6. The pain and concern of seizure can rarely be a thankful event. I know though sometimes with seizures, parents “sweep the events under the rug”. I am thankful for the outpouring of love you share with your children and the courage you share with us. Thank you for all of this.

  7. Christine Haskins says:

    I’m thankful that you are an attentive parent so that if this has to happen to Aiden, he has parents who will guide him through it. I’m grateful for your gift of words–that you can help others who have this issue and educate those who don’t. I’m grateful that Aidan is still alive (a modern miracle that may not have happened just 20-30 years ago) so that you can be here to experience this.

    The human experience is not always “label-able.” Sometimes it just is.

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