My wheelchair replaces my legs because they retired in 2003. I rely on it for 100% of my daily mobility. THERE IS NO REPLACEMENT FOR MY WHEELCHAIR. Time to pee? Not without my wheelchair. Time … Read the rest
“I’m sorry, thank you so much.” The words slip out of my mouth like water, naturally flowing out to the strangers I just asked to move. The bar is crowded tonight. All I wanted was … Read the rest
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Sex. The one thing every adult has spent hours fretting over. I am no exception. I had a spinal cord injury after I was an … Read the rest
As the year comes to an end, I cannot describe in less than a dozen pages the whirlwind of thoughts that bombard my head every day, trying to come to grips with letting go and … Read the rest