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Thread: Relatively New C1-C2 Injury

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    you keep typing and we'll keep listening... commenting too... i detected some sense o' humor.. keep smiling..

    Life isn't like a bowl of cherries or peaches. It's more like a jar of jalapenos--What you do today might burn your ass tomorrow.

    If you ain't laughing, you ain't living, baby. Carlos Mencia

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    Orange Jello Pudding Snack are the best.
    hah i hear ya, when i was in rehab I'd live off that stuff! I'm not sure what level, but at my university i've seen some high level quads on vents doing quite well in school. You sound like you know what your doing, try to keep your spirits up, it will get better once you get in the swing of things again!
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    With the right support going back to school shouldn't be a problem, keep 'talking' it's what this place is here for.

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    welcome to CC OJ.....i hope you find all your answers here and some friendships too...we all need those. i am happy to hear the progress you have made. you sound very open and curious to learn. When my boyfriend, a T 10 Para, was first injured, all I wanted to do was learn about what was going on. He wanted NOTHING to do with it...therefor ei am happy to see ur interest. it helps knowing and understanding the situation. i am the caregiver and lover of an sci and i find that there are bad days, but there will always be good ones never give up and keep your smiles commin. good luck with all your hard work in rehab i know you will do fine, and trust me, you will find plenty of laughs here with all the crazy but kewl people here. we are all here for you and hope to see more of you.....


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    Octopusses are quite sexy creatures........LOL
    T12-L2; Burst fracture L1: Incomplete walking with AFO's and cane since 1989

    My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am. ~Author Unknown

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    How corny of me.......
    Jazzy's joke thread kind of blew my mind with the naked man dancing around holding a sign with my name on it........Its gonna take me a few days to get over Im thinking octopusses are sexy???? I may never be the same!!!
    OOooppsss sorry Im rambling.....Check out the joke thread it makes for good reading on those down days we all have.
    T12-L2; Burst fracture L1: Incomplete walking with AFO's and cane since 1989

    My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am. ~Author Unknown

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    LMAO@jeff, he was funny even at shephards, this is nate btw

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    Hi, OrangeJello

    My name is Teena, and I do not have a SCI. I have a birth defect of hip/limp/arthritis...

    And I have several local friends who have sci's, and a zillion friends here at CareCure.

    I'm glad you found your way here.

    There are people here who care how you feel, what you think, and how you are doing...

    Some even give a hoot about what **I** am doing...(which still bewilders me to this day...LOL)...

    Seriously, though...

    Here at CareCure's Forums you will find priceless treasures.

    How? WHERE???

    1. People...Their experience is boundless.

    2. Friendship...I think everybody can use an extra friend now and then...

    3. Research...I could not tell you how many times I have come to these
    forums or the chatroom to find answers for someone who has come to me
    with questions about sci...or maybe a family member just got injured, or a
    friend...and they wanted to help.

    4. Support...From Dr. Wise Young (thank you, Wise!) right down to the next
    person who signs on will gather information, help, empathy, and
    courage...along with compassion, and laughter and yeah, sometimes tears

    5. Hope...In the fact that there are people who are trying to make it better
    for everyone with Spinal Cord Injuries.

    6. The SCI Nurses...with them here, medical questions are less of a maze...and they will help you
    get answers you need.

    Take care, OrangeJello! I will NEVER eat Jello again without thinking of you...

    God bless,

    Last edited by teena; 06-29-2006 at 05:38 PM.

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    funny...what and the ability for us to go on and thrive. you rock. check out my favorite
    Don't cry because it is over, smile because it happened

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    Welcome to CC, there are great people on this site and their always wiling to help. The "no question is a stupid question " applies on these forums

    Your writing style seems to me that you are a positive person who doesnt seem to get to depressed about setbacks, you seem to acklowledge the setback and move forward and this will take you very far, Good Luck.

    Member: New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Reasearch

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