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Unfortunately life caught up with me and I was too busy to finish but I enjoyed what I could and learned a lot from the lectures. This is my story spine and the description on my original post.

Once upon a time, in the country side of Aguas Buenas Puerto Rico, I, Jason Amy worked hard on my craft.

Every day, between what I did in college and in my personal projects,
I thought single mindedly about becoming the best version of myself.

Until one day, my grandfather became ill. My father went to visit him in Manhattan
for what was surely the last time
on the last day of his stay,
he passed in the early hours of that night.

Because of that My father explained to me the situation that my grand uncle, Victor was in.
I did not know at the time that he was a schizophrenic and the doctors didn't know he had mild
dementia but everybody around him knew he couldn't be left alone.
My father had spent the last eight days trying to clean the apartment up but it was an impossible task in such a short amount of time.
I offered to continue on for him and get my uncle up to date with all his medical issues.

Because of that I ended up going to Manhattan, the heart of New York City to help my uncle, but when I arrived I realized that
this would take more time and effort than I originally anticipate. I have been in NYC for more than a year dealing with the aforementioned issues in
his life and being his caretaker.

Until finally, three months ago, his apartment has been straightened, made safe and the majority of his health issues have been dealt or addressed.

Ever since then he has been happier, healthier and free to express himself artistically, walking better, standing taller,
he looks twenty years younger.

The moral of the story is going to be around the importance of patience, hard work and the importance of being observational in our daily lives in order to understand problems
and come up with solutions.

This is where the special thanks would go!  I’m assuming they will be a little longer this week, therefore, I designed extra space for them. If there is far more description and special thanks then there is space, this entire box becomes scrollable.

Special Thanks:

Jason Amy



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