Independent motion – can you help?   3 comments

One of our greatest gifts; to move about independently!

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

What would you give to make a dream come true if you woke to find yourself living a nightmare?

What would you feel if you could never again walk on a beach? Or go out alone in the snow…feel the stillness of a wood or cross a field?

And then, you found a way…

In 2009, my son was a successful young man with a bright future… until he was stabbed through the brain in an unprovoked attack and left for dead in an alley.

He was found almost immediately by passers-by who saved his life. By the time we arrived at the hospital, Nick was being prepared for emergency brain surgery. We were allowed to see him, for a few minutes, to say goodbye. He was not expected to survive…

Over the past couple of years, many in the blogging community have come to know my son and know…

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Posted October 19, 2016 by violafury in Uncategorized

3 responses to “Independent motion – can you help?

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  1. Thank you so much for reblogging!

    • My Pleasure! Although this blog gets traffic, it is not my main blog. I re-post blogs here that I feel strongly about. My main blog is a Blogger blog. Are we confused yet? I am! I suffer from a Movement Disorder that had me practically on my knees for several years. It’s inherited and it’s known by it’s newer name of “essential tremor” or the old “familial tremor” and my mom had it. As I am a professional violist, it curtailed my career for several years, kept me from doing many things that I once enjoyed doing and although I have wonderful treatment, and can play and read, I am legally blind and cannot drive. No one is really sure if the two are related. So, I do understand the gift of unfettered movement. I was homeless for a time and you can read about some of my “adventures” on my main blog “Homeless Chronicles in Tampa” where I cover everything from music, to politics in the usa to being homeless and regaining my life. Thanks for writing and following!

      • I am frequently confused anyway, with two completely random sons and a mad dog to contend with 🙂
        Yes, I can quite see how you would understand, having faced the problems yourself. I have watched the struggle to adjust, and that is bad enough.

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