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 →

The Day that Lies Ahead

It's sticks, pinches, burns. Then shock, pulse, prod. Lay and wait. Silence then sound. Not knowing the depth of the field. But you wake up, walk in, head held high. Hold his hand, you both stay strong. These answers may not be what you expect. Keep going no matter what, stay the course, trust your... Continue Reading →

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