January of 2015 wow time flies when you are having fun..lol . At any rate, Evan has graduated from UMUC with a degree In Legal Studies. He is prepping for the LSAT exam on Feb. 7, 2015. He is hoping to get accepted into UM Carey Law School which starts in August of 2015. He is working on getting his drivers license with DOORS ( Dept of rehab ser) , and continues with his physical therapy at home. He will be returning to Kennedy Krieger in May for 12 weeks of therapy. Other than that pesty AD, he
Originally Posted by StevieP
Originally Posted by TheRainman
What are you using the flax seed in?
Since i have been using the flax seeds in a smoothy every morning my poop has been thick, consistant, and super easy to manage my colostomy with changing the bag (poop moves nice and slow). It has not been runny or messy at all.
I bought one of the Nutrabullit machines. (Bed Bath and Beyond) and with that machine I do not have to grind the flax seeds first.
Every morning I make a smoothy and
Hello Everyone, Does anyone happen to be at Kessler right now? I managed to hurt myself again and I'm here and could use some company. Life was looking very good: I had to retire from work and was firmly en route to my destiny as an author and inventor when I took this little side trip to a new injury. So if anyone is around I'm in morning therapy on the 2nd floor. Please look for me; my therapist is Marissa. And Wise, if there is any stem cell stuff I could do while I am here I would love to know
Originally Posted by ala
Despite my personal beliefs on suicide, assisted or not, there are always circumstances and other people's stories that leave me thinking. Maybe I don't have all the answers. Maybe there are times when finding a good way to end one's life is the only decent way to live. This may be an example of one of those times:
(CNN) -- On New Year's Day, after months of suffering from debilitating headaches, I learned that I had brain cancer.
I was 29 years old. I'd been married
It is with great sadness I write this post for Paul Ingle aka Crookedman. Paul was in a wheelchair for 55 years. Six years ago he developed pressure sores and medical problems associated with those sores which eventually took his life.
Paul was the love of my life, my soulmate, and my partner. If you'd like to learn more about his life please go to
Paul enjoyed his communication with you.