It seems that due to my responses on their site and me writing after a stroke is news worthy. I've been following their site since I got home from the hospital in late June 2012. They patiently answered my comments and questions from a newbie stroke survivor with their expertise and first hand knowledge. Some have even popped in over here to read my blog and comment. Some have books and scholarly articles published in their field that they promote on their site also.
My DH (darling husband) was so concerned that he couldn't understand my words lip reading, that he touched my arm. Of course not, I really wasn't saying anything. That's one of the problems with minor aphasia when dealing with a deaf person. I could teach him sign language, but you sort of need two hands and full dexterity of all your fingers to form some words. I just patted his hand to reassure him. I really didn't think that what I talked about on my blog would draw such international attention...besides my books and writing how-tos.
Of course I said, "yes!" I'm excited. Can't you tell? Whether you are a stroke survivor, caregiver for a stroke patient, or just curious I invite you to pop on over to read stroke survivor blogs and information.
Keep writing and loving the Lord.
(You may have no idea who is reading on your blog)