Alive

The effects of Cerebral Palsy (CP) develop during pregnancy or childbirth or shortly thereafter, and caused by an abnormal development of damage to the part of the brain that controls movement. Mine was the result of a stoke at sixteen months old from a heart problem called transposition of the great vessel. When I was …

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Mirror

When I looked in the mirror I didn't see my reflection, but events of my past. I notice something that shocked me at first, and then made my emotions fill with both happiness and sadness. My body, which has been broken since age three from Cerebral Palsy, was perfectly healthy. I slid head first into …

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Blogging

I've been blogging for a few years now.  I decided to take a course in blogging to write every day, and not to keep procrastinating like I do. When I first starting blogging I wrote what it was like growing up with Cerebral Palsy; saying I was just like any other kid in the neighborhood. …

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