Monthly Archives: September 2005

Still Creating

Technological Advancement I am now using my brand-new Gateway computer thanks to the wonderful day of my birth and the tradition our culture has developed of giving on this wonderful day.  My newfound possession is also due to the generosity … Continue reading

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The Ocean Experience

The vast, mysterious ocean was breathtaking and mesmerizing as usual but the experience of going to the beach was much different than anything I’ve grown accustomed to.  Before embarking on our trip to the beach I have to say I … Continue reading

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To the Beach

My parents and I are headed to the beach tomorrow, Pauly’s Island to be specific.  It will be awesome to see the ocean again, it’s been way too long.   I was going to try and write something before I … Continue reading

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Caterpillars

The caterpillar’s have disappeared from my driveway.  About a week ago every morning the front door would open and I would be greeted by large amounts of caterpillars of all sizes making the trek across the concrete.  These were not … Continue reading

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I Give In

Okay, I give in, I’m suffering.  The sensation I am feeling is not normal, cannot be overlooked or observed.  I feel pain and I do not want to accept the fact that I must live like this. Right now I … Continue reading

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Pain Without Suffering

I look at the clock.  It has been about 40 minutes since my last pressure relief.  If I do not wish to lay in bed for a few months due to those nasty pressure sores, I better do another one.  … Continue reading

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Ask Me Anything

I would like to invite anyone who wishes to ask me whatever may be on your mind.  What have you been wondering about my life or the lives of all people suffering from spinal cord injuries?  What have you always … Continue reading

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