Our granddaughter, Kassandra, has always been independent and relied on herself to accomplish what needed to be done. Now, she needs your help.
She put herself through nursing school and has worked hard to be independent since leaving home at 18. Like many people, she fell in love, got married and has a beautiful three-year-old daughter, Aislinn.
February 27, 2020
Had my driving evaluation yesterday! Hand controls are pretty cool…still have to do some drivers training before I’m certified to get out on the road but we’re on the right track! Woohoo!
February 20, 2020
I don’t even know what to say or what I should say. I’m officially on a written and I’ve been told I have sixty days to find a way to get back into the office. Although, I was told I’ll still be allowed to work from home 3 days a week and only have to be in the office 2 days a week as a courtesy for my disability (normally when on corrective action you’re in the office 5 days a week). I just don’t know what the heck to do anymore.
I’m still fundraising and trying as hard as I can to find a solution to keep my job…Anything is appreciated! Please continue sharing!
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January 25, 2020
Hey, from one EDS zebra to another, hang in there! Your fighting spirit shines through. I'm not able to give much but know that my heart and strength are with you. Your updates about finding and utilizing the services available...amazing. That's the very definition tenacity. Check your area for EDS support groups. There's more of us than we realize. It's not always a helpful thing to know, but doctors are learning new things about EDS all the time. Great for our kids, frustrating for us, right? It sounds like you've got a lot of support from your family and friends. May you cherish the smooth days and stick together over the bumps. -Love and strength from one zebra to another
January 9, 2020
Prayers that you reach your goal!