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Thank You Trevor

The first day of Junior High arrived far too quickly for me. I was terrified. Kyle, however, was so excited his muscles tightened and he could barely walk let alone run (which is what he attempted to do as we approached the front door of the school). 934 more words


Iréne Alomar ~ 11th of October

11th of October.

Good morning.

I write to all of us who like the reflections I come up with. It may be You and You and much of it I write for myself. 190 more words

Back in a Wheelchair Again

The agency supplying the support worker gave me a choice – if I wanted a woman there would be a different one each week, if I would take a man I could have the same person for the entire time. 663 more words


My Gratitude Challenge Day 3

Gratitude Challenge Day 3

Yesterday was a very busy day for me, and of course for my family. But it was a very meaningful day, and here’s my Gratitude List for yesterday: 222 more words

From My Heart To Yours

Solo Flight

So this sets the scene for the next part of Kyle’s story and although I have been hesitant to share something so personal because of the stigma attached to mental illness, I think it is important for readers to understand the price paid because of a tragic mistake made in a ten minute period of our lives. 756 more words


Crash and Burn

Grade four was a good year.

Continued from A New Beginning

Kyle’s world continued to be wonderful back in Edmonton. He joined a local scout troop, did down hill skiing with Disabled Skiers, and loved his new school and friends. 889 more words


A New Beginning

I was glad when a new chapter finally began in our lives in time for Kyle to start grade four. They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and for Kyle I believe this is true. 780 more words