I know most of you have probably never heard of spina bifida before. If you have, it was probably explained by a doctor who used all those technical, medical terms they use to confuse their patients, and you’re sitting there staring at him like he’s got fire coming out his ears or has three heads!! Believe me, I’ve seen ME do it!!!
Relax, simmer down and take a deep breath. That’s not what this blog is about. I want you to feel comfortable coming to my page and reading my story. I want to talk to you like we were talking face-to-face or on the phone. If you have a question, a comment, or a topic you’d like me to discuss, I want to hear it. I want to develop a relationship with my followers and know what you want to see or read on my blog.
Oh yeah, what the heck did I come in here for anyway? That’s right, you wanted to know what spina bifida is. Well, come on in, pull up a chair and I’ll tell you. Spina bifida in everyday, “Jason Bourne” terms, is a disability I was born with, that has caused me to be paralyzed below the waist. I can’t feel my legs, and because of this, I motor around the house, in public, and in the city of Marietta, Ga., where I work in a bright red wheelchair. Because of the spina bifida I have other underlying conditions, that are really personal, that I would rather keep quiet, until I feel more comfortable.
Well, that’s it in a nutshell. If you have a question, comment, a topic you want to discuss, or just want to stop in and say hello, drop a note in the comment box. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and visit. I’ll try to make the place look better the next time you stop in!!