I thought I knew how hard a therapist's job was from working as a summer camp counselor at Float Aquatic Therapy, but that wasn't even half the work. This weekend, I had the chance to participate in a three day workshop hosted by Float, in which we learned techniques and the basic principles of the … Continue reading Aquatic Therapy Bootcamp
I went to catholic school, both elementary and high school. Perpetuo, my school, is almost 100 years old, so there are generations, after generations of families that have a history studying here. This is a school where people stay in touch with classmates and teachers; especially now with social media. Everybody finds out when something … Continue reading Perpetuo Angels
A very important part in my rehabilitation has been the large support group I have, from my family and friends, to friends of friends. There has always been someone there to help, from getting a job, a doctor, or medicine, to just talking. I will not forget all those people who have been there to … Continue reading My support group
I couldn't see the support I got from all of you four years ago when I was in a comma; but I have seen it ever since, and I saw it today when my mom told her friends that yesterday was the four year anniversary. One of them said she doesn't pray, but she prayed … Continue reading All the support, love, and letters
I woke up this morning with no intent of getting up. It's Friday, I don't really have anything important today. In my sleepy mind there was nothing special about this Friday, I hadn't been waiting for this day all week, all, 7 other days of this months, or for 12 months. But wait... I HAD! … Continue reading 1 year SEIZURE FREE!
I would like you to take a few minutes to watch this video, and listen to what Lin Manuel says. Lin Manuel calls on congress for Puerto Rico support This island he talks about is my home, and I agree with everything he says. I am glad there are people like him who use … Continue reading Thank you Lin Manuel