You can read my comment on this post, at the bottom, but suffice it to say: that spending a day with Sarah, on my recent trip to NC, was incredibly special and meaningful. We had so much to share, and I am so grateful that Sarah made the time for me. I hope you’ll check out more of Sarah’s posts, on her blog Huntington’s Disease and Me. She writes with candor and beauty, about such a difficult topic.
Tales from the Motherland and The Huntingtons Chronicles are two blogs written by the same woman, Dawn Quyle Landau, who hails from the northern-most region of Washington state. Her posts are frequently featured on the Huffington Post.
My friendship with Dawn was sparked when I read one of those posts, in which she mentioned the lack of viral success of any Huntington’s disease awareness campaign.
I wasn’t on the right meds at the time, and (instead of angry verbal outbursts) I was as likely as not to send a long rambling letter expressing my dissatisfaction about one thing or another. It is not a period in my life that I treasure, but I am glad that I wrote one of those letters to Dawn.
Being a pie thrower, I was quick to fill her in on the HD Pie in the Face Challenge and to ask how she could deny that…
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