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Carolyn and Trisha
Me and Trisha Yearwood
September 1997

Hello boys and girls! I hope you have enjoyed your stay at either my Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder homepages! Now let me tell you a little about myself.

My name is Carolyn, I’m 20 and will be attending Grand Valley State University in the fall. I have spastic hemiplegia Cerebral Palsy as well as a seizure disorder. I have been addicted to reading ever since I started researching Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in June of 1997. I mostly read psychology books (case studies and informational) and have gotten into other subjects also, like depression and suicide. As all my friends and family know, you can’t take me into a bookstore anymore without me coming out with at least one book! I love writing letters…VERY LONG LETTERS!!!!!!! I will admit that sometimes I get carried away with my letters…telling EVERYTHING and ending up with a 12 page letter…oops! :-O I also LOVE my Country Music! Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks, Victoria Shaw, and Billy Dean are my absolute favorites! I have met Trisha and Billy two times and Victoria three times in the past few years. All have been wonderful experiences that I will never forget!

me and my buds
Me, Melody, Sheila and Kendra <--my friends
January 1998

I also started up a chat room for teens with Cerebral Palsy a few years ago, and in January if 1998 i teamed up with my friend (and partner in crime) Christina to host it. If any of you AOLers are intersted, it's on Friday nights at 8 EST in the Health Conference chat room.

me and my brother
Me and my brother
April 1998

my family

Well, that’s all from me. Thanks for stopping by!

"You’ve always been, time and again, the one to take my hand, and show to me it’s okay to be just the way I am, with no apology, oh you’ve always been, and you will ‘til God knows when, yes you’ve always been a friend to me."
~Victoria Shaw and Garth Brooks~

Me at my Aunt and Uncle's
Christmas 1997

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