Brain injury is something that most have little to no control over - It just happens in the blink of an eye, and before you know it, your whole world can be flipped upside down and turned inside out. The aftermath often devastating and overwhelming to say the least!
But what if you can use what has happened to you (your story), as a powerful tool to become not only a better version of yourself, but as something inspiring and empowering for others?
I am a survivor.
I am a warrior.
I am unstoppable.
Quote by Carl Jung.
Riding this evening came across Ben. He is walking from San Francisco to Rhode island via New Orleans.
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Ali here: Happy Pioneer Day!!! What better way to spend it than teaching our kids how to play baseball! It was fun for a moment but the kids soon lost interest. So, Dallas and I ended up playing catch with the plastic balls.
Dal and I both played a lot of baseball and softball growing up. My dad and I used to play catch with two softballs, each throwing one at the same time. Dallas thought this was the coolest trick he'd ever heard of! He thought about it for a while, finally deciding he was up for it!
We surprisingly did pretty good the first couple times. But his coordination and speed are not very good anymore. And well...the ball hit him in the face! Lol Lucky it was just a plastic ball. We had a good laugh! “You mean that wimpy deer?!” “You're killin me smalls!”