Monthly Archives: October 2012

Two Years Out

It’s hard to believe that today marks the two year anniversary of the day I was diagnosed with cancer. Driving home tonight I was kind of bowled over emotionally by it… as much as I am ever “bowled over emotionally” … Continue reading

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Life as an amputee

I wear a prosthesis every day. I don’t think of it as weird. It is just my life now. Honestly I don’t feel different or think of myself differently than I did before my amputation. The fact that I wear … Continue reading

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Amicalola Falls

This past Saturday I woke up at 5:30am and drove up to Amicalola Falls in Dawsonville, Georgia. Amicalola means “tumbling waters” in the Cherokee language. It is the largest waterfall east of the Mississippi River, at 729 feet. It was … Continue reading

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