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Cool Funny T-Shirt Designs To Promote Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness

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Degan’s Designs makes cool and funny t-shirt designs. The designs can also be used on tank tops, coffee mugs, and other accessories. These unique designs come from an insane desire to make people laugh. Some of my ideas are from memes. Others are funny things my favorite husband said. Degan’s Designs t-shirts, tank tops and mugs make great birthday and anniversary gifts. There are also cool and funny shirt designs for Caregivers, and shirts to promote Traumatic Brain Injury awareness.

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HOW WE ENDED UP HERE

When three police officers knocked on our door January 17, 2012, I had no idea how much our lives were going to change.

The female officer told me I needed to go with them to the hospital because there had been an accident. I asked how bad, and they wouldn’t say. I walked to our driveway and saw my husband of two months’ car parked there. I couldn’t breathe, because then I knew he was in a motorcycle accident.

 

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Many of our unique t-shirt designs come from memes that made us laugh.

You know life is getting better when you can laugh.  Even if it’s something silly that the person standing next to you doesn’t get, if the corners of your mouth turn up and make a smile, you’ll soon see that maybe life doesn’t suck as much as you thought it did.

The memes that made me laugh are ones I can personally relate to.

The Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness and Caregiver designs are what I was feeling during my spousal unit’s recovery.

I threatened to divorce him if he ever bought another motorcycle. One day he asked me if I was serious about that. I thought for a minute, then I told him no, if you bust your head open again we’ll just start all over, because once a Caregiver, you’re always a Caregiver.