Narcolepsy and the Quad

A couple strengthening each other's weaknesses through God's love and life's lessons.

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The Start on a Vlog

So I’m a little behind, but I guess it’s never too late. Since my husband has graduated with his bachelor’s in psychology, he has way too much time on his hands. Thus, the vlog has begun. Check out and share his introduction to his Youtube channel. He will be posting his testimony, motivational videos, and glimpses into our everyday life. I have even reluctantly agreed to be in one video, […]

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Why nurses ONLY work 3 days a week

It’s been two years since my last post which has been a good thing in my mind. The past two years have been tame and boring hence the reason I haven’t posted. It’s only the stressful, I-want-to-pull-my-hair-out, give-me-a-hard-liquor-drink day that motivates me to write a post to release the monster inside of me. I’ve been mostly working 1-2 days a week while in graduate school. However, while out for summer […]

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Odd Couple

Devyn and I passed a couple in WalMart the other day. I don’t remember what they looked like or exactly why I said it, but I just commented to Devyn on how much of an odd couple they were. Don’t judge me, you do it in WalMart too. Then I paused, “I guess we are pretty odd too, huh?” “Yep.” I had never really thought about it, but I guess […]

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Reality hit hard…

I’ve summarized in a previous blog how it was when I returned home after Shepherd Center in 2007. Well, I want to go into more detail and open up about what was going through my mind at the time. First and foremost, you need to know that I’m not an emotional guy. I don’t share my feelings and it takes a lot to impact me if that makes sense. I’ve […]

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Lesson 1: How to be a quadriplegic

A week after my accident I was flown to Shepherd Center in Atlanta where I underwent strenuous physical rehabilitation. They were going to teach me what I needed to know about living from this point on as a quadriplegic. I actually don’t even remember too much of the first week after my accident. I really only recall getting loaded up in the airplane and flying to Atlanta. I still wasn’t […]

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