My mind disappeared. When it came back, it was not the same…
Saturday, 18 December 2010
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Right after my stroke, I said lots of bloopers. I called my friend Helen “Halibut.”
When the words coming out of your mouth are not what you intend, who is talking?
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A fine fish!
After my dad’s stroke, he called my mother (who’s name is Terry) “Freight train” for at least two months.
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I am a quirky young woman whose Mind went Pop. I was 26 when a stroke took away my limbs and speech.
This stroke comic book is designed to make you think. Mindpop. Strokes are hell. They have dark comedy too.
I live in Boston, Massachusetts.
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