Keep Singing

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This is a Finding Words story!

I have aphasia because I had a stroke. Betsy is my wife and she is nice. I love her. I have always loved to sing and I keep singing. There are some thing that a stroke just can’t take. Many years ago, the stoke did effect my voice, but I found it through speech therapy and I’m singing again. I use my voice to express. I use a song to refer to a topic. Music and songs are a shared language when the words just don’t come.

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  1. Posted by Carol Dow-Richards, at Reply

    Paul is an inspiration. And his wife Betsy is a wonderful caregiver. It is special when you meet people who radiate love – even without words!

  2. Posted by Stan Goldstein, at Reply

    I’ve known Paul for 37 years. I am so proud and happy to see his story. Way to go old friend!!! Love you. 💌

  3. Posted by Liisa Messinger, at Reply

    And I love singing with you, Paul. Thanks for your story, and thanks for your self. You are a very special man. Love you!

  4. Posted by Steve Messinger, at Reply

    Paul: I’m puzzled that I didn’t see this posting earlier! But I’m delighted that you regained your singing voice. And I know your speech had returned because we saw each other last year. It’s great to see your messages, so please keep going. All the best. Steve