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Ed


Survivor

At a young age, perhaps 55, I honestly don't remember dates or times that well anymore, I had a pretty bad stroke. I was told I was put on life support, that many thought I had bought the farm, but on that trip, God had other plans.

I am now 63 and still kicking, while I am somewhat slow on my left side, and perhaps people who knew me or had a stoke themselves can tell I am a little bit different, but not the average person. I called my story, adventures of an ordinary person in an extraordinary time. This is a chronicle of my life and perhaps for many of us. As I live longer my book is getting longer and longer. If interested, I will send it to you.

 

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