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Brain Injury Association 2015 Conference Part 2

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Brain Injury Association of Delaware Conference 2015

The Brain Injury Association of Delaware Sponsored it’s yearly Conference on March 12, 2015 in Dover, DE  “Joined Voices; Shared Journeys the Brain Injury Experience” I was honored to attend and also be asked to speak at a Break Out … Continue reading

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How to Survive A Car Accident ~ By Gunnar Watts

Before I post Gunnar’s Story Let me tell you what I decided last night. I invited everyone on my email list associated with Brain Injury Association of Delaware Support Group to Tell Me Their Story. We all have one and … Continue reading

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Waiting For A Snow Storm

 Tonight I’m tired so I’m not going to write in my Blog, but I’m posting several pictures that I took in Milton and some from Lewes in 1974. I love the Snow and we really are waiting for a snow storm.  I … Continue reading

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Dear God

    I was surprised the other night when I found a letter, I wrote to God. I am not one to pray often and I always joke that God always listens to me because he says,” STOP everything, let … Continue reading

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Driving =Freedom

    I started writing my memoir the year I received my long awaited driver’s license because it made me feel FREE. I had never experienced such Freedom before I had to rely on my ability to ride a bicycle … Continue reading

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Thinking of My Mother

When thinking of my mother I can think of so many ways to describe her. Her strength was immeasurable, her patience sometimes frazzled and other times not, her eyes sometimes sad but when she smiled the world lit up. She … Continue reading

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Lilly Barnett’s Story http://www.caringbridge.org If you want to read another amazing story go to this link and become a visitor to Lilly Barnett’s page. She and her family are on a journey all their own in the world of Traumatic … Continue reading

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Things I have Learned

NEVER LET ANYONE TAKE A PICTURE OF YOU WITH A MULLET AFTER JUST WAKING UP! Things we have learned through life are important to us all. I would like to share some of the most important things that I have … Continue reading

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CHAPTER 2 The Beaten Path By Amy L. Kratz

The little girl who didn’t show up to Shields Elementary School on September 13th was me. I would never spend my first year of fourth grade in school but a vast majority of it would be spent in the hospital … Continue reading

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