Thursday, January 20, 2011


Glendale was the most amazing thing I have ever done. We stayed in Scottsdale, AZ and the amount of Auburn fans was simply amazing. Orange and Blue was everywhere, and I felt like I was living in a dream world. We went out, had the time of our lives. Woke up, tailgated, and I got to watch the game with all of Auburn's die hard fans. It was was simply amazing, and one of the BEST BEST BEST times of my life.

Sadly, Tuesday morning we had to get up, and drive back to LA so we could all catch our flights and head back to the real world. It was ok though, Auburn was the NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Let me say that again, Auburn Tiger = National Champions. War. Damn. Eagle.

I offered to drive, and just outside of Phoenix I remember looking over at beautiful, little Casey and saying "something is wrong". There was three Angels in the car with me that day, and those three girls will have a special place in my heart for the rest of my life. Casey, Stephanie, and Chloe, I LOVE YOU!

They stayed calm, told me to pull over, and right on the interstate I began to have another seizure. I could hear my friends calling 911. The scary thing about the type of seizures I am currently having is I remember the entire thing. I can hear you, see you, but I have no control of motor skills and I can't respond. To see three of your best friends so worried about you, and not be able to say anything back is a really awful feeling.

I blacked out after the seizure, and was woken, but what I must say, was quite a hunky fire fighter! (haha). I went to the ER,  and so the process began. My friends explained to the doctors what happened, and suddenly another seizure began. After that it kind of seems like a whirlwind of events. I had a cat scan of my head, and the doctor came in and told me the news. It was a brain tumor....

1 comment:

  1. i came across your blog through a article (talk about random, haha). i'm so sorry to hear your news, and i wish you a full recovery. for what it's worth, your attitude (as conveyed in your writing) is beyond inspiring, so thank you for that :)