Hello, Reader-land! I hope you are well. I am eager to share this latest post as the next EV post will be the reveal! I want to take you on my journey of this process, and share with you the wonderful people who built and supported this! Continue reading “EV updates!”
The blessing of ALS is being able to see true characters of people, their goodness and generosity. So I will share with you all what I got to experience today. Continue reading “Amazing people, humbling moments”
Well, due to the three comments on the post, I’m going to share with you the list of companies I have reached out to for the EV and their responses, and who I’d like to reach out to. Always open to suggestions! (This is not for everyone who has helped us, I could thank them for weeks!!) Continue reading “The list so far”
While we were at Lourdes, with barely any wifi outside the hotel (which is a very good thing, forces focus and that was much needed), I received emails about the wheelchair I bought arriving here in the States. My sister-in-law’s brother-in-law Jack (you got that? basically family), a major sponsor and actual builder of my wheelchair build, let me know it arrived here in the states. Continue reading “Wheelchair Stage 2 complete”
I have purchased the donor chair.
My quest for sidewalk domination has begun! Muahahahhahahah!!!
No, seriously, the website where I got the idea starts with an old Quickie F55 wheelchair, then modifies it. I have purchased a quickie F55 wheelchair, from England, and I’m waiting on my good friend and mentor to help me ship it over to my family and friend who volunteered (I really hope not voluntold) to help me. This is exciting for me, EXTREMELY exciting. The F55 currently runs, it works and I “could” use it without mods. But no, if I’m going to buy a wheelchair just to use it’ll be one through insurance. This chair though… she’s special. Yes, it’s a she. Yes, she’ll need a name. Continue reading “Wheelchair- stage 1 complete”