Coma Part III – Human Side of Memories

One thing I haven't talked about what was going on in my life at the time I went into my coma. We had just moved from Denver, Colorado, to about twenty miles east of Colorado Springs and we lived a 35-acre ranch on the sandy plains. There were only about four neighbors within a mile … Continue reading Coma Part III – Human Side of Memories

Coma – Part II Memories

There are so many things I remember while I was in my coma.  I think I am going to break this down into two different posts.  Time doesn’t exist when you are in a coma. It didn’t for me, at least not in a linear sense.  I knew I was in a coma but could … Continue reading Coma – Part II Memories

My Coma Experience, Part 1

Judy from Lifelessons Blog has asked if I would write about the 40-day coma I was in back in 2001.  So for the past week, I've been thinking about how to write it without being too dramatic or boring.  I thought I would break it into a series of posts over the next month or … Continue reading My Coma Experience, Part 1

My Personal Gold Medal

Good day to you all. Chris and I saw a movie this past weekend about the American Women’s Olympic Cycling Team who won the Silver Medal in the London Games in 2012. It was a story about the American team being underdogs. Because the US Cycling Team had been decimated by the Lance Armstrong doping … Continue reading My Personal Gold Medal

Searching for Joyful Feelings

Cee and I have been looking for ways to increase the joy in our lives. We've been exercising our "joy muscles" by finding the things that bring us joy and opening ourselves up to others. It's been great fun. One thing that we needed to do was to figure out what joy felt like. If … Continue reading Searching for Joyful Feelings