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    Congrats on your survivorship Peter. 43 years and counting here. Still enjoying life, still glad to be able to take in nature's wonders.

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    Congrats Peter, 14 here

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    One word here, ...WOW...., just 2 yrs here, but 59, I can't imagine!

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    Hi Peter, keep the coming!!

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Peter View Post
    Where does the time go?
    33 years for me! When I take the time to think that I have been in this chair for 33 years, it kind of surprises me! Srsly! I can't believe so much time has passed and I am this old!
    I think the passing of time has been good to me. *knocks wood* I also think the more years you live with SCI the more "normal" it feels. I rarely think about walking and all the extra day to day crap that I have to do is just a part of my life. Sometimes I do get frustrated because I can't do something because of my SCI, I do fer shur, but I quickly snap back and get on with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quimby View Post
    33 years for me! When I take the time to think that I have been in this chair for 33 years, it kind of surprises me! Srsly! I can't believe so much time has passed and I am this old!
    I think the passing of time has been good to me. *knocks wood* I also think the more years you live with SCI the more "normal" it feels. I rarely think about walking and all the extra day to day crap that I have to do is just a part of my life. Sometimes I do get frustrated because I can't do something because of my SCI, I do fer shur, but I quickly snap back and get on with it!
    Wow, I didn't know its been this long for you, you look far too young, you must have been a child - right? I feel the same way also time sure flies by quickly it really needs to slow down. Remember as a kid you couldn't wait to get older and now that you're older you wish otherwise.

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