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Remembering Georgie

Tuesday, the city of Kent lost a much beloved icon with the passing of Georgie Condos. For those of you not from the area or who have never met him, Georgie was a paraplegic man who did more work in the community in a day than most people will do in a week. 406 more words

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Bye Vinegar, Hello Asterix

N’s entry in his journal for the day we left Chennai said “Bye Vinegar”! This was the day we said bye to Vinayakam, the caretaker at the Chennai apartment in Sai Nilayam.   663 more words

A Secret Weapon for Transfer Troubles

by Emily Ladau

I love a good adventure as much as the next person, but it can often be a bit challenging to transfer from my wheelchair into a car. 772 more words

Independence

Day 27- Google First Page and Thank You!

Day 27- Thank you to everyone that is reading our blog; liking our facebook posts; and for your supportive comments. These past 4 weeks have meant more to Jane and I than we could have ever imagined. 608 more words

Multiple Sclerosis & Crossfit

Gratitude

The crippled girl in her power chair

Joined the rushing, busy crowd.

I watched the people in the square.

The sounds of sirens and horns were loud. 125 more words

Oral Surgery

She looked vulnerable. Her face as pale as her cream colored sweater, the gauze the dental assistant had placed in her mouth, in an effort to stem any blood from the holes where one rotted tooth and two broken off teeth had been, was half in her mouth, half pushing against her lower lip. 691 more words

Ever Seen A Kid In A Wheel Chair Kick Ass?

So if you follow this show you know I love good stories, this kid’s story seems to just get better and better.

His overzealous family friends call him an “inspiration”, and praise God for his continued accomplishments. 216 more words

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