The author of this Facebook post is a very dear friend of mine. I asked her if I could share this post about her daughter’s journey on my blog to help spread awareness about Chiari Malformation and EDS.
For today I am taking joy in seeing more families walking through the neighborhood, riding bicycles, people drawing in chalk on their driveways. Families playing cards and board games and working through jig saw puzzles. We’re eating more meals together and slowing way down. These times of sadness and pause can lead to beautiful reflection and new art, literature and invention.