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Teaching Brooke to Ride a Bike

February 8, 2015

Today was a huge day for me, as well as Brooke. Casey took the training wheels off of her bike and as he held onto her seat, she began riding! It was so cool to watch! Then, it was my turn to hold her up, encourage her to keep pedaling and remember that this

Ride through the Forest

January 26, 2015

This past weekend I participated in my first training ride! This was important for me to see if I would be able to ride in a large group without getting dizzy or knocking anyone down! The ride was an hour away and the weather was freezing cold! Literally, it was 32 degrees at the

Bike Ride!

January 23, 2015

Last year around this time, I started getting an itch to get back on my bike and ride again. Unfortunately, because of damage from some of my relapses, I didn't feel totally comfortable with it. Something about having vertigo issues and getting on a bike with skinny tires AND having my feet clipped into

Symptoms

January 12, 2015

I've struggled publishing this blog for a long time. In fact, I've started over and over, never achieving what I'm trying to say. I've been wanting to write a blog on symptoms. I've heard many questions asked by different people on the topic, asking for a variety of reasons - from wanting to understand

My Daily Encouragement

December 12, 2014

The other night Casey was going through some old papers and came across this gem.  It was a card that I wrote to him in the midst of a relapse.  I was having pain and tingling in my right arm/hand to the point where I couldn't use it.  I'm right handed so I admit

Remembering to be Thankful

October 27, 2014

The other night Casey and I were working out in the garage. I couldn't believe how fast you can get out of shape! After our workout, I was visibly disappointed with myself. How could I be so worn out after a 30 minute workout? Seriously?! I use to be able to ride my bike

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