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WORLD MOYAMOYA DAY

<<World MoyaMoya Day
Hi there,
I do so hope that today brings enlightenment to those who have never heard of this disease and that by doing that strides are made to help you who have it.
Love, me>>

…From Gini Watson (my soon-to-be mother in law):

6 May, 2015

To my family…

This message made my morning. ☀️☀️☀️

Today is World Moyamoya Day.

-I hope that each of you will take a precious moment or two from your busy Wednesday to meditate upon what World Moyamoya Day means to you or someone you know.

I ask that you take a moment to promote awareness through word of mouth and social media, or to
share this (still, mostly) unofficial day in whatever way feels best to you.

…I wear two bracelets each and every day on my left wrist: the first says “B-Cause” and below that, the second says “Stroke Happens.”

Because
Stroke
Happens.
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“NEUROFEEDBACK, BIOFEEDBACK, FEEDBACK FEEDBACK” (Just Breathe)

SUMMARY:
Rebecca welcomes in the New Year with a pang; while outlining the PRO’s and CON’s of her present life; she opens up to her trusted, beloved community about the emotional darkness in which she’s been mired and how she is pushing to find her way back to the lightness of being which she associates with her “former life,” ie pre-diagnosis, pre-stroke.
In what has become almost a trademark comi-neurotic, meandering, pithy narrative, Rebecca wanders off the beaten path as she tells all, specifically about her experiences with “brain training,” and the challenges she faces as she confronts her innermost fears in a quest for acceptance of the devastating consequences of “Life In Moyaville.” 
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“NEUROFEEDBACK, BIOFEEDBACK, FEEDBACK FEEDBACK” (Just Breathe)

21 JANUARY 2014

2014.
Twenty. Fourteen.
BC.
—- eyes widen:
Jesus Christ when did THAT HAPPEN??!
(Sorry – for those who might be offended by my language…)

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