This blog will chronicle the experiences in my life that have brought about a level of strength and spirit that I never thought that I possessed. Through the survival of a major illness, I found a desire to live life to the fullest and do things that before, I would have dismissed due to fear of the unknown. Things that went beyond my comfort zone. Things that make life an adventure. If  not for my Crohn’s Disease, I would not be who I am today.

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  1. Kirsten says:

    My Dad has the same type of dementia your husband has. It’s been a very long slow decline, but he is 81! He was told to stop driving about 2013. He hasn’t forgotten who folks are. Anyway, God bless you and one day at a time!

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