Yearly Archives: 2017

*Summer of 2018 Hurricane Florence is the end of the garden as I know it. A huge tree fell on the fence, broke it, and destroyed the garden. We were lucky. Our house didn’t flood, a tree didn’t crash into the house, windows didn’t break, just the fence and garden. I would share a photo […]

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Sitting up while snoozing on and off – St Augustine, FL – June, 2017 Typically, early morning walks consist of traversing the neighborhood. I take my phone to have a camera with me at all times. Sometimes, I take my Nikon with a 55mm-300mm lens. It has a strap that easily allows the camera to […]

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Colorful. Interesting. Outgoing. Cheerful. Sociable. Kind. Considerate. Fun loving. Laughs easily. Chally is all of these and more. Though he has ALS, ALS does not have him. He says ‘don’t sweat the small stuff…and it’s all small stuff!”   Meeting Chally in person for the first time went something like this:   Zipping down the […]

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Brigadier General Thomas R Mikolajcik was a strong advocate for people with ALS and veterans with ALS. He was particularly strong in his advocacy for ALS to be service connected for all veterans and for the government to engage in meaningful research. In 2007 this is, in part, his testimony in front of Congress regarding […]

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