“Living with Epilepsy.” “Let’s talk about it.”

    Good Morning friends! Earbuds in listening to Emeli Sande’s powerful song “Next To Me”.  The lyrics are what every relationship should signify. Serendipity is a strong word and is one of my favorite words.   The definition of the word “serendipity” is “the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy […]

 

 

Good Morning friends!

Earbuds in listening to Emeli Sande’s powerful song “Next To Me”.  The lyrics are what every relationship should signify.

Serendipity is a strong word and is one of my favorite words.   The definition of the word “serendipity” is “the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way. ” Everything comes to you at the right time. Be patient and trust in the process.  In life what confuses us most is the picture in our head of how it’s supposed to be.  Remember, when you least expect it what you have been looking for will happen, let it be love, friendship, a rekindling of a relationship or even that job that you were aspiring for. Enjoy every day. Don’t allow anyone to bring you to an unhappy place because a happy place is yours and only yours. Chase after your dreams, because they are yours to own.  Hey, being an advocate for Epilepsy as well as a writer is a dream I aspired to chase, many told me I would not succeed, but here I am.  Believe in yourself, work hard and greatness will happen.

“Life is full of surprises and serendipity.  Being open to unexpected turns in the road is an important part of success.  If you try to plan every step, you may miss those wonderful twists and turns.  Just find your next adventure-do it well, enjoy it – and then, not now, think about what comes next” – C. Rice 

Upcoming events, The Hagaman Memorial Library, East Haven, CT., will be hosting a free presentation and Author Event on June 24th at 2:00 p.m. Phil Gattone, CEO and Co-Founder of the Neurish Corporation a smart phone app for those who have Epilepsy, Maria Bracale, Blogger, research assistant for the Connecticut Epilepsy Study and Advocate for Epilepsy,  as well as Author, Editor and Speaker Chris Maxwell,  who’s latest book “Underwater”, Encephalitis, Brain Injury and Epilepsy and how it can change your world. He will have a book signing after the presentation.  Refreshments will be served.  Thank you to Casey Hoban, owner of Trimino Water for donating your amazing product to this upcoming event.

Enjoy this lovely holiday weekend!

Remember….Epilepsy, talk about it.

Keep Smiling!

Maria

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