Tag Archives: quadriplegia
All we’ve ever wanted, a simple device that could help her turn the page. For the last 6 years, one of the most frequent things Chelsea has said is “Next Page”. Reading is one of the main pleasures in her … Continue reading
Chelsea broke her wheelchair this morning – the obvious question is how but the real question is why.
Summer went by like a fly. Summer went by so fast it was hard to tell which day was which and how many days were left. But when the real summer stopped and the nightmare of school began it was … Continue reading
Total respect to those that do this sort of thing every day – even or maybe especially the Kardashians. But I know now, even if I didn’t before that I couldn’t be famous, if this is what it involves. Chelsea … Continue reading
This amazing mom of three adopted children with complex medical needs wrote a poem that perfectly expresses how inadequate I feel most days. Read her story on http://www.gofundme.com/complexfamily and be inspired to donate something to support her if you can…
Six years ago… Staying in bed for a week was a novelty. Six years ago Chelsea and I stayed at home while the rest of the family went to the Philippines for a wedding. We stayed in bed for a … Continue reading
When you dream of being average and would give anything not to stand out in a crowd, chances are you have experienced what it is like to be different and decided it’s not what you want.