I happened to have StumbledUpon this article this morning, it warmed my heart and encouraged my spirit so much I wanted to share it here. Please click on the link below for the full story.
It is also deeply validating to hear a person without TBI speak of our needs from a place of knowing and accepting, instead of judging and condemning. I am grateful to hear these words at a time I’m struggling to keep my own home. Yes, we do still have dreams and aspirations…
A Dream House Built From a Nightmare
Peggy Harris Turned a Personal Tragedy into a Home for Brain-Injured Adults
October 23, 2008
By NANCY MYERS
Special to the Palisadian-Post
‘Build it and they will come,’ says former Palisadian Peggy Mallett Harris, 59, who last month completed her dream house: a home for brain-injured adults in Ventura.