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The Narrative

I Can’t Remember and I Can’t Forget

Long term disability

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I’m reminded every day of things I can no longer do. I watch people jog across intersections to make it to the other side of the street before the traffic light changes. I see a similar jog or run to the car in the rain with the speed adjusted automatically depending on whether it is a light drizzle or a torrential downpour. Sometimes carrying an umbrella in addition…




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Victoria Ponte

Victoria Ponte

Storyteller, champion equestrian, tambourine player, young stroke survivor, mother.

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