This is a very serious, very sober, take on ALS and all it’s challenges and problems. I feel that no one out there truly categorizes ALS in their blogs….
Just kidding. I can’t even type that with a straight face! No, this won’t be serious, this will be a highly irreverent, stereotype busting, REAL look at life after the ALS diagnosis. Because when I went into that office, I was living a regular life. When I left, I was already a marked man and treated as symptom and not a person. I’m here to tell you there is a lot of time that happens after the diagnosis.
And I’m not dead yet!
Thanks for joining me!
I like the sound of “Lou Gehrig’s Disease”. It has a strong, masculine, athletic ring to it.
— Venerable Father Al Schwartz