Ron had a follow-up neurology appt today here in FL. Went in with my list of things he needs and came out with the items checked off. One of the items was a speech therapy eval to help me set up his new I-pad. A friend loaned one to us and I have now lost him in it. Need help knowing which speech app to download and set up to assist with his aphasia. Talked to the neurologist about his walking, really no change but I think it could be better - he ordered PT. Even after all this time I am not satisfied with the status quo and want to improve his life. It just takes some motivation from this group for me to make the phone calls and get us moving. Thanks to each of you for sharing your stories of struggles, sadness and successes. Each has helped me maintain my perspective, grattitude and love.
Book Summary ** Our lives, after the diagnosis and subsequent treatment, of my husband for a brain tumor, clearly have taken a path less traveled. Yet our journey has and continues to be, a journey of hope, joy and of unyeilding commitment. We invite you into our lives, a view of our childhood, marriage, a marriage seperate from convention, yet strongly bound. Join us as we recall the last twenty-five years, twenty of which have been spent LIVING with a brain tumor. Come, witness our challenges and discover our triumphs as we reinvent our relationship, struggle to redefine marriage roles, communication styles, and reclaim intimacy after illness.