I agree beth will probably live a long life and I hope and pray they will find a cure or something that will allow her seizures to end and she would never have to worry about seizures later on in life I hope that for all the young epileptics here .. I know there are a few older people on this board with the big E but I think during the period when I got it people were just too unaware still of how to deal with it. I had to learn that If I wanted to do things in my life I just had to them and not worry about what others thought. There was a time when I was a major loner, in that time I learned how to do things such as work on cars yep koko loves that on motorcycles and even snowmobiles. I went on to be a computer tech and later learned about the trains.. I feel gifted in some way but I still fight the dark the big "D" (depression) but so many wonderful people do and for different reasons. We are not alone in this society just because we have epilepsy, to all the younger folks on this board.. I pray and dream you will all realize that you can carry on and make special wonderful people out of yourselfs. Nic and piano I find very interesting as I have been able to talk to them, these two young ladies are going to make a difference in our world later on in life. or who knows maybe sooner then they or we think. Ksavage a pregnant epileptic who I just adore is a very big inseration to me.. when I was younger and could have children the risk majorly high, her risk is two times higher then a regular women.. but now adays people can have babies and not be soo terribly fearfull of it. Ksavage is someone I would like to keep close during her pregnancy and ask questions I don't think she realizes how excited I am for her. Anyway, I am really dragging this out this morning LOL.. but I keep everyone on this board close to my heart.