She is suffering right now and has for months.
Check out her struggles by clicking on her image above.
The following is a post from her husband today!
My wife is a truly wonderful woman. In spite of all she has gone through in life, she is the most outstanding human being I have ever encountered, regardless if she was my wife or not.If we were to step into her shoes today & go through what this remarkable girl must go through, let alone what she had to endure through childhood years, you would be amazed also.Each day is a struggle for Michele in all sorts of little ways unimaginable. Not only must she be alert with the fact that she can be stricken with seizures at any moment of the day but the heavy medications are enough to housebound most folks out there. The majority of them are confused, tired, sluggish & forgetful of daily tasks with 1/2 the dosages she currently takes & those people insist on living life within four walls, never getting out to experience life but not Michele! She insists that life is far too valuable & will get out & be active & try to be as sociable as possible. She'll try to work at a job as many hours as possible, and walk whenever she can. She loves people & will never hesitate to help others before herself.Michele is a strong woman & seeing her fight from all the nastiness that she went through as a little girl, & to be abandoned from her family makes me very upset. It's just doesn't seem fair that she has to work so hard all the time for the rest of her life.Each time I see her have a seizure & I'm there by her side, I gently hold her head & as I softly speak to her to please take in another gulp of air so that she can be with me for one more day, I can't help but be angry at the ones that caused this illness to her in the first place. I wish it was me lying there having this seizure, I wish I could take this pain for her. I'm screaming inside my head! I'm terrified of losing control but I know I can't. I must be strong for her.When the seizure finally ends, Michele is exhausted, her body is limp, her face is yellow, her eyes sunk in deep and dark, I almost do not recognize her but for now she's safe & I hold her for awhile. I dab the tears from her face and I fight back my own tears as I cradle her in my arms until she's safely asleep. ---Take this time and love your family. Hug them, respect them, be their best friend.---Michele's health is strengthening & the outlook for her return could be next week. Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments, and prayers.---MARCELL J---
Get well soon Michele!