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Why “Duck 2020”?
I’m preaching to the choir when I say that 2020 has been a rough one. Our families, friends, and co-workers have faced unfathomable changes. The control and routine we thought we had are gone. Just when we think we’ve adjusted to the “new normal”, the rules change, and we are forced to stretch more.
So...“Duck 2020." 2020 has not destroyed us; it's only made us realize strengths that we never knew we had. 2020 has taught us to give up control and to give up on planning. You can only control your own attitude. Live for the moment and value the present. Relationships, gratitude, love, kindness, happiness, and generosity towards others are what really matter. Ducks appear calm when floating on the water. If you were to look underneath, you’d see their feet working frantically to stay afloat. We can’t begin to understand all that others are going through; when you throw in all that 2020 brought, it’s even harder. Let’s support each other!
My revelations about 2020 came through the brain injury that I had in May. I want to make the most of this year and my life. Let’s start by helping those in need who've survived brain injuries. The Duck 2020 campaigns’ t-shirt proceeds and donations go directly to the grant fund at the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire (BIANH). The fund helps those in need with brain injuries.
Why support brain injuries?
For those that I have not had the privilege to speak with personally, I experienced a non-aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage on May 11, 2020. I have been fortunate to have a strong support system with adequate finances. I could not imagine how my recovery would have been possible without them. I have learned that recovering from a brain injury takes a substantial amount of care post hospitalization. The care you receive post-hospital is what truly brings you back to life. I realize many do not have the resources they need to recover fully. I hope to support others who are on this uphill climb back to a “new normal” through increasing the grant fund at BIANH.