On a normal day, you are peddling your bike down a heat-warped road.
The next thing you know, you wake up, lying on the sidewalk.
You look over and see your bike in the right lane of traffic. A man who saw what happened pulls over to make sure everything is OK. You are scraped up but manage to hop back on the bike and ride away.
It was just another tonic-clonic seizure.
Scratch “normal,” because any day in the life of 37-year-old Haley Ritter is anything but. She has dealt with epilepsy her whole life. Every day she has to carefully choose how her time, energy and resources are used.