Mar 19, 2013-- "I want you to think about some of the big signs with big messages that I bet you wish you could wear around your neck sometimes so that people would be more gentle ... or even that you could put around the neck of someone you love ... my husband had an accident in 2004 that injured the frontal lobe of his brain. It has taken 6 years to get him back but in the middle there, between 2004 and now lots and lots of stuff happened." In this achingly candid piece, Melody Ross, a an artist, writer and mother of five shares the powerful story of a series of events that unfolded during the dark years of her husband's illness. A story that will be handed down her family for generations -- and one that holds hard-won wisdom at its core. (57516 reads)
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My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.
Clarence Budington Kelland
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