2 thoughts on “#JustALSthings

  1. Hi,
    It’s Elizabeth. Yeah, I can relate to kid’s honesty as well. I am glad this was a positive experience for you.
    Kids always ask me about my teeth. A bigger than normal overbite which makes me self conscience but it has opened a lot of doors for a lot of conversations.
    It’s good to hear from you. You always make think inwardly and challenge me to be thankful.
    I am thinking about you more often, I’m doing surrogacy right now and my bladder can’t hold a single thing. So, when I find myself wearing pads I don’t complain because it could be because of something more serious.
    I hope you enjoyed the dinner. I think it’s cool how level you were with the little girl.
    I think we should be level with kids, even with hard things. Bravo to you.
    I was wondering if it’s okay to ask how your meds were aiding you at all?
    I am puzzled as to why ALS drugs are moving so slowly in research. I guess other things like cancer and such overtake a lot of research. I think that is a bit unfair.
    I hope today is a joyful one for one for you. Even if it comes in a mustard seed size, because joy even in small forms makes us smile on the inside.

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