Why I Don’t Ask “Why?” Anymore via Baron Budd

I am deeply grateful to Baron Budd for giving me a broader and larger platform to tell my story. I am honored to be part of their mission. They are good people who want the same things we, the mesh-injured and our families wan’t. I am truly grateful for their support of our mission at The Mesh Warrior Foundation for the injured, and I am profoundly changed by their grand influence in my life and the lives of so many.

I invite you all to read my latest blog via Baron Budd & tell me what you think: http://goo.gl/0mjiAP.

I am grateful that they allow me to share my voice, as it is, as I feel. This is simply where I am today: one daughter in one situation, in the struggle to understand the harm that has been done to each of us and our great American “civil” and “just” society:

Read more here:  http://goo.gl/0mjiAP via Baron Budd

I still look up. I just ask different questions now.

I STILL LOOK UP FOR ANSWERS; I JUST HAVE DIFFERENT QUESTIONS NOW. AND MANY, MANY SHATTERED PARADIGMS ABOUT THE WAY THE WORLD WORKS.

2 responses

  1. When i was young i used to put on my pants johson powder.when i was 24 i lost my trumps or tubs do the noddles or tumor.ilm wondering if its related to the powder.now. lm 70 years old.could you give me any answer.

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