Jennifer Lyster, owner of Enchanted Florist in Oakhurst, working on one of her floral arrangements. Until late 2015, Lyster lived with excruciating head pain for years. Following her diagnosis of Chiari Malformation and brain surgery, she can now go months headache-free.
Jennifer Lyster, owner of Enchanted Florist in Oakhurst, working on one of her floral arrangements. Until late 2015, Lyster lived with excruciating head pain for years. Following her diagnosis of Chiari Malformation and brain surgery, she can now go months headache-free. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Jennifer Lyster, owner of Enchanted Florist in Oakhurst, working on one of her floral arrangements. Until late 2015, Lyster lived with excruciating head pain for years. Following her diagnosis of Chiari Malformation and brain surgery, she can now go months headache-free. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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