April 1, 2011

Seizing the Moment...

This little bear suggests that we "seize the moment". No doubt, the caption was written by someone without E.,; still, it isn't bad advice. I wanted to say that I have neglected those of you who read my blog in order to focus on an effort to write a collection of short stories on the experience of epilepsy. This has meant that I could no longer siphon off my ideas into my blog postings. It has also required me to take that inward journey to see if there is really anything I can write that is meaningful or significant about experiencing epilepsy.
Today, I just couldn't resist a return. I miss the blog...
I have to say, further, that your comments have been treasured by me. I love the things you tell me, the criticisms you make and the stories you share. Some of you write only a word or two, others more, but I hope you will continue. And I promise to break away every so often to write a new posting and keep my blog as fresh as I can.
My regards and thanks to everyone who reads and follows.
Cordially,
Paula Apodaca

3 comments:

Elizabeth McClung said...

I am glad you are blogging again. And epilepsy ends up changing the structure of the pathways of the brain and thus creates a unique brain viewpoint - I think this is a valuable aspect of humanity, to note the aspects of this viewpoint and the effects of epilepsy (or seizure disorders).

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

I got here looking for the Lamictal rash. Will read more now. I hope you're better. I hope we all get better. Maybe I should start writing about epi as well. I hate it. I've been dealing with it since I was 23... about 15 years now. It completely changed the person I was about to become. I changed my life, my dreams, because of it. Well, that was probably what I was supposed to go through and learn during my stay here, right? Maybe not right, but that's how I see it.

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