I’m back!

I bet y’all never thought you’d hear from this bad dream of Allison’s again. But, I just thought I would write again to keep you coming back for more.

Nothing new to report from this world called reality. Allison and I went to a Shepherd gathering the other night for these two guys headed back home; one from Wisconsin and the other from Australia. It was nice to see which therapists came out to see them off. It kind of gave me a clue that they’re not just there for the pay check, but they build true friendships with the patients, or clients as they prefer to say.

I have an appointment with Dr. K tomorrow. He is my neurologist atShepherd thatsaw me the first time just three weeks post accident. I don’tthink I could’ve gotten a better doctor. He’s really personable and talks to me, not Allison or my Mom;unless, of course I can’t remember something. Come on! When do I ever need help remembering something? Ha!


Prior to meeting with Dr. K,Allison and Iwent to meet with my neuro psychologist Dr. M. It went well. It’s interesting to me how these doctors know what I mean when I say something totally off the wall.

Well, one thing that Dr. M told me without knowing mebefore is that I have good problem solving skills, that I am intelligent and have good speech and language skills. By the way, by no means is he all knowing. I failed to mention that I went through a series of questions and problems and he was getting these impressions about me from the tests results. The meeting was good and bad. I say both because there is no excuse for me going to the happy psycho place that Allisonhas written to you all aboutbefore.I’m working on it though.

O.K. that’s all for now. Until next time, the Ghost

3 thoughts on “The Ghost Speaks Again

  • January 28, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    Hello Danny aka “the ghost”,

    WOW! This is amazing that you are blogging very cool. My name is Scarlett and we graduated from Mt. Paran together and I was friends with you and Allison. You were one of the first people to make me feel welcome because I came from public school my Junior year. I live in Alabama now but I visit your site frequently to keep updated. Your progress is so inspiring. I hope that we can keep in touch on here and I can share some funny stories with you about our high school experiences.

    Much Love,


  • February 6, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    I love reading your writing Danny! I wish I could read more 🙂 And, yes your are so right, the therapists at Shepherd do what they do for more than a paycheck 🙂 I know, I live it and am rewarded by it by “clients” just like you 🙂 Lots of love!!!!

  • February 23, 2010 at 10:58 am

    hey danny thank you so much for coming to dad’s memorial. it was amazing to see you guys. i am sorry we didn’t get to talk more.
    i love the blog….keep it coming!

    love you guys!


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