Honoring a Special Woman

An amazing woman!

All in a Day's Breath

Elizabeth Jameson

Elizabeth Jameson is an magnificent imperfect human being – or as she puts it, a human being living in an imperfect body.

Elizabeth married the love of her life and had two boys. She had a degree with honors in law and was a human rights attorney. She was in the prime of her life, and looked forward to serving others with a variety of needs.

Then one day, when she took her boys to a playground, she suddenly suffered from an attack on her brain. It turned out to be a rare form of MS that starts at the brain stem, and it very quickly took hold of her body, ultimately leaving her a quadriplegic. In the early stages of her illness, she became depressed because she had been living to be able to help others and to serve in the best ways she could. She first…

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Author: Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.

2 thoughts on “Honoring a Special Woman”

  1. Physical Challenges rather than Physical Disabilities. Wonderful! Want to pass that on to my friends in their 80’s who are experiencing physical challenges. Yay!! (I finally took time to back track on posts I received when I was too overwhelmed to keep up. Sadly, I went too long and now I no longer get notices when people I follow post. Shall try to remedy that.

    1. Challenges, physical and otherwise have followed me all my days. From a very early age, it fueled my inner philosopher and given me the strength to muddle through or held me up when I was sinking. Anything that takes us away from the blogging world for even a brief period creates a mountain of messages, posts et al for us to sift through when we are able. Those who we truly connected with, may still be out there and even happy to hear from us. My internet has been down for a week and I’m trying to sort through so many posts and messages… It is the challenges that reveal who we are.
      Peace and love, Lea

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