LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) _ A 29-year-old Lawrence woman has
chronicled her life-changing brain injury in a soon-to-be released
Louise Krug had just graduated from the University of Kansas
with a journalism degree when she suffered from a brain bleed seven
years ago. The Lawrence Journal-World reported that the bleed caused weakness, dizziness, headaches and difficulty with hearing and vision.
At the time Krug was living in California with her boyfriend and
set to begin working as a reporter for the Ventura County Star.
Instead, she spent the next four years undergoing surgeries and
tests. She had to relearn how to bathe, eat, walk and talk.
Now a married, new mother, she tells the story in ``Louise:
Amended'' (Black Balloon Publishing). It will be released
nationally April 17.
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