It was January 6, 1999. The twelfth day of Christmas. Epiphany. Let there be light. There was light. The joy of returning home after a glittering holiday with family in Europe. The spin from the trip opened the way for an optimistic state of mind and body as the new year unfolded. Stroke! Before the day of Epiphany 1999 proceeded into the annals of the past, darkness struck. Reggie and Gil had just gone to bed for the night, lights out. Barely an hour went by when the world changed. Reggie suffered a stroke, qI can't move, q she cried. qGil, help me!q This is a saga of persistance, perseverance, positive attitude, depression, dedication and inseparable love. How these ingredients came together for a powerful potion of energy and tough love. This is how Reggie overwhelmed her stroke with a near one hundred percent recovery.Thick, Vague, without limits. All I could dwell on was the fact that I am lefthanded and my entire left side was gone. How would I feed myself? How would I tie my shoes? How would I drive my car? Whata#39;s next? I seemed to be unglued.
|Title||:||Short Circuit Biography of a Stroke|
|Author||:||Gilbert K. Good, Regine Good|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2005|