You know you are the reaso that I am on this discussion board. I was just surfing th CRF website and came across your title of "Walking Quad." I can't remember what I read for sure, but it was intriguing enough that I then signed up to be a part of this community. So thank you for that. I am in the process of having my book finalized by the co-author/editor. I wrote the book because I have had so many ask me to sahre my story in great detail. Plus having a book as a professional speaker helps tremendously. The title is one that every person who has ever donned a Halo will appreciate, "Why You Got Screws In Your Brains?" That was actually said to me in the hospital by a 4yr old boy who came sliding into my room on his knees from out of no where. He looked at me, just like any other person who had never seen a Halo before, with shocked amazement, and then initially said, "what you got in your bawayans?" Not quite understanding what he said, I said, "what," he then repeated his question, "what you got in your bawayans? "Oh, what do I have in my brains?" I've got screws in my brains." He then gave me and my family the most quizical look, and asked the question that is now the title my soon to be finished book, "What You Got Screws In Your Brains For?" Of course he said bawayans. It was so cute. It was one of the defining moments for me in the hospital. I actually laughed, and it occurred to the, that there were still going to be great moments in life to look forward. Unfortunately I forgot that lesson for a long time.
So WQ I would love, love to talk. I so can relate to having a loved look at me and ask the question, "why are you so tired?" Huh? What? Are you kidding me? I have to remind you?
So feel free to email me here, or here email@example.com
and that goes for anyone on here who just wants to talk. It makes me feel normal.
Wishing you the very best this Holiday Season,