Comparing problems

I know there are people that have bigger problems and issues than we do – people are losing their homes, lost a loved one, children are ill, parents are struggling. I know that my problems can seem small compared to those. But some days, the enormity of this...

Traumatic Brain Injury Support

  Welcome to our brain injury discussion.  Following Frank’s accident, I learned a lot of new information about brain trauma, and the support systems available throughout the country. One of the biggest areas of support need is the family support at home.  This...

So close

Another weekend, another list of places to be and things to do.  I am thankful that these things included a nap today, because as I have said many times, eventually, your body will just stop going, and force you to rest. This weekend is full of reflection for both...

200 Moments

I was going to just drop in a quick entry tonight when I noticed that there are 200 entries into this journal.  That is 200 moments that I shared of our life; 200 moments of crying, of laughing, of noting Frank’s recovery.  I want to thank all of you for sharing...

Ongoing journey of recovery

We are back at Bethesda as always for our long therapy morning.  Frank is in PT first, running on the treadmill and doing his sprint agility drills.  We spent some time yesterday working on agility at home, and it is still so interesting how many things are easy, and...