Inspiring Teen Continues to Pursue Her Love of Dance After Leg Amputation
15-year-old Gabi Shull had cancer. She had the opportunity to receive a revolutionary form of surgery called rotationplasty. In a Youtube video, Shull explains that after the affected knee was removed, “they took my lower leg and foot, twisted it 180 degrees backwards, and attached it to my thigh.” That's right when not in the prosthesis, her foot is actually pointing backwards. This is necessary so she can still use the nerves and muscles in her foot to point.
Life on Planet Baby: An update on my carpal tunnel syndrome: an ode to patience
Just made me cry. This is what I've been struggling with...remembering who I am. I have to remember that my life was amazing before her and it can be amazing after her too. I'm done letting one person take away so much of my happiness. I deserve to be happy.
'She sat by the window with her steaming mug, watching the most fascinating race of the rain down the frosted panes beside her...Still she waited. The race had ended long ago and her mug was emptied of its momentary joy' Meggie. PoT
THIS REMINDS ME OF MY HORSE PATCHY ...I LOVED THAT HORSE~ HE TOOK CARE OF ME, HE HATED MY FATHER AND ONE DAY HE SOLD HIM TO A DOG FOOD HORSE KILLING JERK.. I WILL NEVER FORGET THE PAIN I HAD DUE TO HIS INSANITY