Making the unknown known

I am watching Glennon Doyle Melton of Momastery’s TEDx talk and she just quoted Georgia O’Keeffe who said “…making the unknown known is what is important”. It struck me because that is why I started this blog, to make the unknown, known to people who need it. I am so incredibly excited to be living in a time where information is exploding exponentially and the things that I can learn and acquire that might help my daughter and people like her are appearing so fast that I can’t keep up. Down deep in my heart I know I was born to research. I practically do it in my sleep – actually I probably do do it in my sleep. You’ll have to ask my husband on that one 🙂 I strive to know every little detail about new research on brain injury, hypotonia and cerebral palsy. And if I don’t know it, I am connected to the people who do and I ask A LOT of questions. I really want this to be a place where people can come for information and if I don’t have it for you I can get it! I love that we are living during this time and I want to serve people with my talent. Today I spent some time getting our equipment company to start carrying a new piece of equipment (called the Headpod) invented in Spain that my Facebook friend in the UK told me she is going to use with her son. How fun that I was able to inform our PT, OT and Orthotist about this and that they all see kids that will be able to benefit. I am definitely finding the silver lining in this dark cloud. Seeing my princess, Emily, progress with all this help is the cherry on top of my hot fudge sundae of a life. 🙂

http://www.headpod.com

One thought on “Making the unknown known

  1. Wow,Sarah. This is amazing. I watched the entire video and had tears in my eyes.This will make a difference for so many people!! Love you–A.Gayle xo

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