Ryan uses a highly specialized piece of therapy equipment called the RT-300 FES Cycle. It perfectly synchronizes pulses of electrical stimulation to his muscles as he peddles. It is all Ryan — albeit involuntarily — doing the work. His muscles are pushing and pulling the peddles. On faith, we purchased this last spring anticipating your […]
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As for our care of Ryan, yesterday’s storm was uneventful. Except for the lights flickering two or three times, the power stayed on. That’s not to say we didn’t have issues. The roof began leaking and I had to go up into the attic to slow it as best I could. I also determined it’s […]
Ryan was up early this morning, hours before the night gave way and the ominous skies showed themselves. It looks a bit scary out there even though there is no real wind to speak of and the rain looks like a typical all-day one. According to the Weather channel, this is all about to change […]
Yesterday afternoon was extremely frustrating for me, but it was worthwhile. The two reasons it was worth it: 1) Ryan spent the entire afternoon outside on the patio with me on what was a delightful day, and 2) I solved an unforeseen problem before it became critical. This mini-crisis got me thinking and what I […]
My definition of Karma is: A Hindu belief asserting the net outcome of good and bad behavior in a person’s lifetime is applied against a future life. It’s the bottom line net loss (bad) or gain (good) carried forward and accounted for later. It’s the offset of a lifetime of deeds.