I can say that I've had a great life, but I've also had challenges. I've always been one who wants to share the great things I find with others. Those who know, konnen se mwen menm mwen pa soti nan pote dokiman Pwen Enpòtan an sou mwen. In and of myself, Mwen se yon ki pa Peye-descript pi gran nonm ki pa janm te fè erè pou yon blok, ni mwen yon jeyan mantal. I am not particularly glib, ni mwen gen kado a nan bagou. I am every man. As we all go through life, nou chak rankontre moun, kote, ak evènman ki fè yo espesyal. Some even change us for the rest of our lives and beyond. In my life, Mwen gen plizyè evènman sa yo.
Premye ak premye, I have been a born-again Christian for 30+ ane;
I have been married to my wonderful bride, Kim, for 20+ ane;
Mwen soufri soti nan chval keu Sendwòm (CES), but through God's providence, te refè eksepsyonèlman byen. I am restricted in some areas, men mwen fè travay a tan plen, in the field in which I've spent the prior 15+ ane.
Li se sou yon sèl nan lèt sa a se blog konsantre sou. My journey into this relatively unknown condition has been something akin to a corn maze... at night... ki pa gen okenn flach (oswa lòt limyè pèsonèl)... ak yon lalin nouvo. Yeah, konfizyon, dekonsèrtan, pè, wandering around with little direction since the medical community knew little about CES at the time I was introduced to it. I've since found that other diseases and conditions are likewise obscure and information is scarce. So I'm going to talk about my journey in hopes that it will help others who, malerezman, swiv chemen an menm.
Se pou nou jwenn fòs ak enspirasyon osi byen ke evite enkonvenyans yo nan ki mwen tonbe. Enjoy!