Yet it's a part of every mile.
It feels like I'm driving a car with a flat tire. And worse, I worry about damaging my intact, sound side.
No day is perfect. But this week was tougher than most.
He encourages me to take step after step. He tells me there will be BETTER days ahead.
We make it to our friend Alayne's 4th of July party.
I don’t dash out to see them as I used to. But I hear the snaps and booms. They're energizing!
Landon bounces around the kitchen pointing to each person as he counts. He’s figuring out how many of us need water ice.
Before they arrived, I was flat on my parents’ couch, icing down my right leg to control the swelling.
Through no feat of my own, the pain has mysteriously lifted. I am suddenly and inexplicably MORE COMFORTABLE.
I tell Landon my robot leg has superpowers.
He challenges me to a game of Freeze Tag.
And it's good to be moving again...