All Blog Posts Tagged 'STROKE' (2)

Grumpy no more!

Forgive my grumpy attitude yesterday I was a bit overwhelmed. My hubby has promised to be nice to me today, and stop by and see me later.



After my rough day everything finally seemed to fall into place last night. I was determined to get home and just appreciate my kids. Jude was still having small spasms, and I believe that is causing his lack of eating. He has some blood work today, and he will see the doctor on Monday. I know he will increase the Depakene in hopes it will… Continue

Added by Jenn on May 14, 2009 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Our part in childhood stroke awarenss day

My blog is under construction today so please bear with me. You will see changes going on throughout the morning.



Anyway, it was an eventful weekend. Friday night Emily, and I sat making a basket full of purple and blue ribbons attached to childhood stroke information sheets. Emily was very proud of all the ribbons once we had completed them, and she seemed very geared up to spread the message. Saturday Em and I woke up at 7:30 to walk the neighborhood, and hand ribbons for…
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Added by Jenn on May 4, 2009 at 6:09pm — No Comments

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