It’s official, one more month seizure free!! And now it’s exactly one year and a half seizure free!! That means I only have six months left until my fist two years seizure free are done, the first two out of hopefully many more.
This time I’m celebrating with a weekend at the beach, which happens to be José, my stepdad’s birthday (Happy Birthday José!!), so I don’t want to steal his thunder. It is his big _____ (fill in whatever number you want, he always says whatever number he wants) birthday. We celebrated his ____ years and my 1 year and 6 months at the beach. Then I celebrated at dinner by ordering and eating fish mofongo. I can’t complain.
This last month went by fast with the blackout, the elections coming up in a month, class, and work; but if all these distractions keep the months going by so fast, I don’t mind. I just want it to be April, especially April 8.
But one year and 6 months feels so great and almost unreal, it feels like it’s too good to be true, but it is true. This is why I can’t stress enough, how important it is to strictly take your medicine every day, at the time you’re supposed to. I can’t stop repeating that because I want everyone with epilepsy to be seizure free.