I just glanced out the window and saw my neighbour, Atlatl Mike, carrying Jade up the driveway, with Amanda (our helper) hurrying along beside him. They had been out for a walk. Jade was slumped over Atlatl Mike's shoulder.
My heart lurched. My mind raced. She's had a seizure. A bad one.
I raced for the door.
"Is she alright?"
Jade looked up and smiled.
"Yup", explained Atlatl Mike, "She just wanted a cuddle."
As of today, Jade has been seizure-free for two weeks!
I'm not much for praying, but this is one instance where I'll make an exception. I'll pray that Jade will have many more wweks without seizures.
Don't scare me like that!
Yay!! Jade is still seizure-free:)
Boo!! For scaring me with your post title and the first part of your post!
Tears of joy. Such good news! Here's sending good vibes to keep the seizure-free days mounting.
Congrats on two seizure-free weeks for Jade! I'm really happy for you guys!
That is amazing news. It seems as the days have so quickly turned into weeks...hopefully the weeks turn into months and years!
Jade is so freakin' cuddly and friendly, she's a total sweetheart. That's one of the first things I noticed when I first met her.
Glad to hear the seizure-free streak continues!!!
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