A Love Letter to My Legs

We have a complicated partnership, don’t we loves? As a child we ran through the bluebonnet fields in Texas and climbed hills in South Carolina. We danced away, music as our partner and life as our dance floor. Now, our roles are reversed. You still provide me a foundation, a place to make my stand.... Continue Reading →

Power Up!

I’m a 33-year-old mother of two in the process of getting a power wheelchair, and contrary to popular belief, it’s a wonderful thing. During a recent day out at the zoo with the family, I rented a motorized scooter to see if it helped with my pain levels and mobility. At a steep $40 price... Continue Reading →

A New Beginning

“Your life won’t ever be the same,” the surgeon said. I turned over in my hospital bed, in a pitifully tiny brown room. He said the words I expected to hear. I was past that shock. My window looked out towards nothing but a brick wall. At least the daylight could shine in. I was... Continue Reading →

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