I sure miss Jay Lake. He was the “he” in this section, and I’ll never forget our conversation at that last Norwescon about these very topics. Jay didn’t have MS, he had cancer (multiple kinds) and passed far too young, but not without make a huge mark on the world.
I wrote my book to guide others through the day-to-day discoveries that a new chronic illness diagnosis can bring.
Maybe my travels in, through, and back out again will help someone else. That is the theory… but it can only happen if they read it, right?
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