I had someone recently say to me “I’m so sorry that you’ll never walk again” I replied “ Oh but I will walk again” after a short pause and their face expressed utter confusion I finished with “Whether it’s here on earth which God can do or if He decides it’s to be in heaven…I… Continue reading Let Go and Let God…
I want everyone to understand this so please read this entire post. After sharing my post here and on my social media sites about “My Injur-versary” I’ve had a lot of people call me strong, brave, etc. I am not strong by any stretch of the word and I most certainly am not brave. What… Continue reading I Am Not Strong
June 16 2020 marked 1 year since I have walked a step or even stood unassisted on my own feet. Yes on June 16, 2019 I took my final steps on this earth and short of a miracle by God I have been told that it is likely the last steps I will take this… Continue reading My Injur-versary
Since my diagnosis I have learned that every time a new symptom presents itself it is still like you are being plunged into unsteady waters and are on the road to a new journey. A trip you are not too sure you wish to travel. I will never know what the future holds but I… Continue reading In Hind Sight
I may seem like a happy wappy chipper gal because I try not to share my suffering online very often (I need to do better in that area and open up more). Let me tell you I've had heart breaks, devastating setbacks and challenges, especially health challenges that would make the strongest person think about… Continue reading Jesus Is My Refuge
What is Gastroparesis? Gastroparesis is a condition where the patient suffers "Paresis" or partial paralysis of the stomach. This results in delayed stomach emptying of food into the small intestines. Food typically is fully digested, broken down by the stomach and passed into the small intestines within a four hour period of time. The vagus… Continue reading Gastroparesis Awareness: Overview? Causes? Symptoms? Treatment?
I was thinking this morning during my devotion time how in such a short span of time how my granddaddy Leonard shaped me as a person and my future. He instilled in me my love of reading, love for books and in turn for writing. He had suffered strokes which led him to be paralyzed… Continue reading The Shaping Of My Life- Then and Now
How many of us have ever had someone stab us in the back? A family member? A friend? A coworker? A stranger? Perhaps a Fellow Christian? And how did we feel when they did so? Our first reaction was likely shock and anger, followed by a sense of hurt, resentment & disillusionment. In our younger… Continue reading Have You Been Stabbed In The Back? How To Respond.
Visit my YouTube channel “Rolling Around The Tri-Cities”. Please consider liking, subscribing and sharing. Don’t forget to hit the notification bell so you won’t miss new videos when uploaded. I am preparing to begin frequent video blogs and regular uploads weekly on my new adventures and to address topics associated with living with a disability… Continue reading Visit My YouTube Channel
A great video to explain a common misconception about what makes a person with a spinal cord injury a quadriplegic (aka:Tetraplegic) vs a Paraplegic. In addition to having multiple sclerosis I also suffered a spinal cord injury and I am diagnosed as a C6-T4 quadriplegic. The range (C6-T4) is due to spinal damage and fusion.… Continue reading Quadriplegic vs Paraplegic
Watch and find out who or what is Matilda. Porch sitting here I come.