Before a December aneurysm led to two strokes, Angela South of Madison felt she could handle almost anything.
“I’ve always been able to spin four or five plates at a time,” said the 59-year-old former travel specialist for Vertex Aerospace in Madison. “I was leading the charge to get everyone up to speed on new software, and I was on a plane every other weekend.”
Now, it’s as if her whole life has been grounded and she doesn’t know how to cope.
“She tells me she wants to go to bed because she doesn’t want dark thoughts,” said her son, Lee Wilkins.