Wednesday, February 27, 2008

How I Got to Be Me -- Mortality 101

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Happy Blogging!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kay

8 comments:

  1. That's quite a harrowing experience for a 22/23-year-old...or anyone for that matter. You are a strong and resilient person Kay....and obviously loved and cared for by many. The telling thing is that you didn't feel loved by your mother. I guess that tells us a lot for what is yet to come in your story.

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  2. You mean that one wasn't your biggest challenge???

    Oh, Lord, Kay - what's next?

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  3. Kay,

    Wow. What an amazing story. Just watching my father with his catheter has made me think about how I am not going to take properly functioning organs for granted anymore.

    So this wasn't your biggest challenge? I look forward to learning more. Thank you for sharing this part of your life!

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  4. Nancy4:19 PM

    Kay,

    I can't imagine what would be more challenging than the ordeal you went through after that accident.

    You were very brave and I admire you for telling all of us the story.

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  5. I see that you're a woman after me own heart, Kay. You're quite the trooper. I bet you have more inspiring stories to share and I'll be here to read them, too.

    Thanks for dropping by and giving a shout!

    *Hugs!*

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  6. What a very tough experience you had. So young and such a hard time.

    You certainly are a survivor.

    I felt that I was reading a chapter in a book but it was "for real."

    I'll be checkingin to see what could be harder than what you went through..

    What a tough lady!

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  7. All I can say kay, about your strenght at such a young age is WOW!

    I really do enjoy your stories about your life.

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  8. What a tough experience and definitely life changing for the lessons it must have taught you about toughness and mind over matter.

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