Untangling the shipping mess was going to wait. I had 17 bottles, and was on the program. I figured that my dose ought to be 50 mL per day. I vividly remember that first day. The whole family gathered around the kitchen table, almost like a ceremony. They watched as I carefully measured out theContinue reading “Fire in the hole!”
I like to think that I stretch the boundaries of what can be done in a wheel chair, well at least I used to until I ran across this young man in Maine! This is incredible stuff. I guess we all face at least some self imposed limits. Go Enock G! Makes me think thatContinue reading “Disabled Adventures!”
Jeff sent me this video about his journey. Please have a look. I think what is so great about Jeff’s talk is his openness to discuss his challenges, issues that many of us have. While I am now older and maybe a bit wiser, I realize that most of the stuff comes with the territory.Continue reading “Words from Jeff Harmon, an AMN brother”
I have been described as mainly stubborn. I seem to have trouble giving up. Even when impractical. If I can get it done, I do. If I think I can, I try. And I think that is a strength, a good thing. According to dear olde dad, it has always been that way. AMN hasContinue reading “Strength? Or Weakness?”
Maybe it was because I was no good at regular stuff, but I always have had this real need to conquer something, anything big would do. Most likely something long, canoeing the length of the Mississippi? I became obsessed by the Appalachian Trail (AT): a single track, skipping along the mountaintops from Georgia to Maine,Continue reading “Wanted: Conquest”
Please excuse my translation. Giancarlo wanted it posted in English, also. I have tried– Brad It all started 5 years ago. I was 26 years old, I worked for a clinic and played sports, especially swimming. I lived a normal life like any child and young person. I was very outgoing and had many dreamsContinue reading “Mi Historia con la AMN”
Todo empezó hace 5 años tenia 26 años, trabajaba para una clínica y practicaba deporte Natación especialmente, viví una vida normal como cualquier niño y joven muy extrovertido y con muchos sueños por realizar empece a presentar síntomas en mis piernas a fatigarme cuando caminaba mucho empezaba a caminar mal y aveces me caía, esoContinue reading “Mi Historia con la AMN”
I fall down. A lot. Sometimes I need help getting back up.
My dearest friend since second grade, Golf and I had discussed canoeing the Mississippi practically forever. How we came to this was a bit of a tale in its own right. Coming up, we had a couple of creeks. No matter which you picked; Flint Creek, or Spring Creek, after navigating through golf course, forestsContinue reading “Is Bigger Better?”
We can do far more that we think we can, if you pick a course, and stick to it.