Love and Graduate in Times of Need

Updated: Mar 16



Feeling like I am no longer under water or in a fog is really making me feel grateful. I can’t help but smile because I know I’m on the road to healing. This concussion, on top of my ADD and dyslexia, made me realize it’s easy to take for granted being able to form sentences and make cohesive thoughts. I have the freedom again to express myself freely through words!

If you are looking for something to be grateful today and you're reading this, something that seems that simple is actually a big thing to be grateful for! I have to give a big thank you to two incredible humans, Matt Cox and Sue Milligan. Without them I wouldn’t have been able to post or write out my upcoming class plans. Well I guess I could but you might not bin able to read them. My amazing team always has my back but the last 16 days I sure have really tested them. There were many times where you had to guess what I was trying to say but not only did you both do that but you made it so I can shine my light to the world through words. I am forever grateful for your help and that I am starting to feel back to normal so now it’s only a few dyslexic mix ups. Hey no one ever asked for perfection right?


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