Born in Quantico, Virginia. I am 52 years old. About 2 years ago, after having a headache for a month, we discovered that I only have about 20% of my corpus callosum: the nerve fibers joining the two hemispheres of the brain. Agenesis of the corpus callosum (ACC) is a rare congenital disorder in which the corpus callosum is partially or completely absent. ACC is usually diagnosed within the first two years of life and may manifest as a severe syndrome in infancy or childhood, as a milder condition in young adults, or as an asymptomatic incidental finding. Initial symptoms of ACC usually include seizures, which may be followed by feeding problems and delays in holding the head erect, sitting, standing, and walking. Other possible symptoms may include impairments in mental and physical development, hand-eye coordination, and visual and auditory memory. Hydrocephaly may also occur. In mild cases, symptoms such as seizures, repetitive speech, or headaches may not appear for years. Well, I can walk and chew gum at the same time. I've been married to the same woman for over 22 years. We have 5 kids. I drive a truck around Northern California. I had some testing done at UCSF. The psychologist gave me a battery of tests, and I scored (Very Superior) in Perceptual Organization. One of my friends said that I am a walking miracle. Perceptual Organization has much to do with art and photography, and my desire is to do more of that and do less of driving a truck! The more I learn about my situation, the more I can see God's hand in my life. I had a strong sense of His presence at a very young age. I am very Grateful for finding fineartamerica.com!!! I hope you like my Photography!!! I also have a facebook page - Gregory Dean Photography. My wife and I also wrote a book titled - Mom, Do I Have Special Knees? Just Google www.momdoihavespecialknees.com. Thanks for looking!