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Moving on from a Difficult Time

On April 12 our life was turned upside down as Bruce experienced heart failure while driving our motor home to the Delray Affair. Our motor home crashed, Bruce was resuscitated with very expert health professionals and admitted to Bethesda Memorial Hospital where he was treated with hypothermia protocol. After several days he regained consciousness and eventually received a pacemaker/defib. So happy to see him open his eyes and start asking questions like: ” why am I here?”

During that time due to the airbags and seat belts saving me, while bruising me, I received a fractured wrist and contusions from the crash. Since that time I have been looking after Bruce as best I can praying he would recover. I have mild PTSD from the accident as I witnessed Bruce flat line twice and experienced the motor home hitting four cars, a lamppost and a tree. I am so thankful no one was injured in this scary event.

Because of the wonderful support of family and friends, caring individuals who visited us in the hospital, family who helped with accident details recovering our possessions from the totaled vehicle, and the love of the Almighty, we are slowly recovering at our home in Micanopy.

Bruce is diligently participating in cardiac rehab and recommends everyone take care of their health. He is making remarkable progress and can begin working again soon. It is peaceful here and very conducive to getting our life back, reclaiming our health.

As we ease back to creating our art again we will continue to travel and exhibit later this summer. Our revised schedule is on the 2018 Exhibits page. We had to cancel two months of our shows and are going to give it a go in July. Please check the schedule as we want to see our friends once again wherever we find them!

 

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