Throwing My Plans Out the Window

Less than 2 weeks after Kennedi’s injury, we prepared to travel to Greensboro, North Carolina for the USA Track and Field (USATF) Junior Olympics. Our youngest daughter Kassadi qualified in the high jump, along with her 4x100 relay team. I had really been anticipating the girls competing on the big stage all season, but especially … Continue reading Throwing My Plans Out the Window

It’s Not a Lie, It’s a Prediction

So, now that we had Kennedi’s diagnosis, we had to return to some semblance of our pre-injury life. Her wheelchair arrived, we applied for a temporary handicap placard, and started to adjust to our “new normal” that revolved around caring for Kennedi around the clock. As we ventured out, Kennedi would regularly be questioned about … Continue reading It’s Not a Lie, It’s a Prediction