My sister Laura, was born with an arterial-venious malformation that burst in her brain when we were teenagers. She was born with it. When we were little I accidentally dropped her while we were playing and she was rushed to our local Children's Hospital where she nearly died. She had to re-learn alot. She did it. She became an EEG technician at the same Hospital that saved her life here in Buffalo, NY.
She also married. Now, however she is ill with leiukemia. But she still fights. We are in our 50's now.
If you are at your wits end please go to my website - www.overtheriver.strikingly.com
Just read it for encouragement. No purchase necessary ever. If I could send you something for free I would. I am a multi-media/graphic designer. I went through ALOT.
I hope it helps anyone who reads this. FAITH is a daily journey.
Fondly, Debbie G.
Hi Debbie, Thank you for sharing your journey with us. You and your sister sound truly amazing. I hope your sister is able to overcome her battle with Leukemia.
All the best,
Hi Debbie, thank you for sharing this. You and your sister must have an incredible bond. I'm so sorry about the leukemia and I'll be thinking of you and your family.
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