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        MEET GAYLE: LIVING WITH ALS
        05/31/2022
        Episode 2: The Daily Grind


        05/31/2022
        Episode 1: Meet Gayle


        03/31/2022
        Join us April 9th for the premiere of Light the Journey: Meet Gayle: Living with ALS


        Edited 02/22/2022
        02/22/2022
        Five years!

        Let's celebrate five years post ALS diagnosis! And maybe most importantly that I am still upright! I went back to my CaringBridge and pulled the last paragraph of my very first post letting people know my diagnosis. It couldn’t be more true now, almost 5 years later.


        “All in all, I still feel like a damn lucky person.  I have a loving, supportive spouse of over 20 years 25 years, two amazing boys growing quickly into men, a steady job the past 15years at a company I truly enjoy, thoroughly enjoying retirement, many close friends I know would walk through fire for me, a wide social circle thanks to living in two great communities and our kids playing every sport known to man, and well, simply put…happiness!  I can easily and definitively say I live a blessed and happy life.  So while this is a bump in the road (fine a pretty big one), it doesn’t diminish the fact that my life is blessed, and I truly feel lucky.  Let’s just hope that luck continues because miracles happen, and plenty of things happen all the time that medical doctors simply can't explain.”