She has gone seizure free for going on six weeks now, so we are
hopeful that she has the right meds now.
Kent, what would you need for that, the mix or stems or how do you
want to do it? I'm all for it if you have time.
On Tue, Dec 21, 2021 at 5:40 PM kent williams wrote:
> So sorry to hear about your wife. Those kind of neurological things are
> tough. I hope she's doing well and that you guys are OK.
> Enjoying the music too -- I'd reach out to KJ Jongsma, he's kind of the
> Dutchie Electro Don. He'd dig this.
> Ever need some mastering let me know.
> On Tue, Dec 21, 2021 at 5:26 AM Thorin Teague wrote:
>> On July 19th 2021 my wife had an unprompted tonic clonic (what used to
>> be called "grand mal") seizure with no warning signs that it was
>> coming. After being rushed to the hospital and quickly medicated to
>> suppress any further seizure activity, her short term memory and sleep
>> cycle began to normalize and we started to take a look around the
>> landscape of our new life.
>> We've learned so much and yet we are still epilepsy rookies. After
>> some tweaks, she ended up on what appears to be the right medicine. We
>> got the final diagnosis about six weeks later. Scar tissue on her
>> brain from a closed head injury from a car accident that had occurred
>> in 2003 was causing her brain to have problems and misfire.
>> I have this new job now of part-time caregiver. Clearly, normal life
>> has been utterly usurped and we are adjusting to this reality, or
>> trying to.
>> Part of my exploration of this new world is the music I have made here.
>> This release is free to everyone. If you wish to make a payment,
>> please donate it to either cureepilepsy.org or epilepsy.com. Cure
>> epilepsy is more focused on researching medication and a cure. The
>> Epilepsy Foundation leans a little more on social programs and support
>> structures. Any funds sent to Thorin Teague will be redirected to the
>> aforementioned organizations, split evenly.
>> Please download whichever format(s) you prefer and enjoy!