So INFJ, so much for the inability to initiate. Wow and wonderful comes first to mind. “Gimp” has a chance to enter common usage, after all, “queer” has made it from pejorative to self-identifier rather quickly. Thanks for this Miss Kitty.
Not to discount all that you have been through Kate but to me , from the very beginning you have been and are the farthest thing from a disabled individual that I have ever had the privilege of knowing. It’s as if your entire illness and it’s outcome was a huge gauntlet ,thrown at you so early in your life, which you have risen to far so far beyond most “able bodied” individuals that it’s just crazy. I’m so glad that you have decided to share your incredible experiences in this blog! I look forward to future installments.
I have to say I concur with Cathie. I was reading your blog to Jim tonight and we both look forward to reading more. I have so many memories of our time with you. I remember the special relationship you and Kyle shared. We think of you often. Lorraine & Jim
Hey Kate! I saw a big article about you today in The Spec and I just wanted to say hi 🙂 I love the amazing things you’re doing in your life, and not ‘despite’ anything, just because you were destined to do great things.Anyways, I’m glad you are well, and I’m glad you’ve got this blog going too!
Hi Kate. I also saw the article in the spectator. And I just sat down and read your blog. You and your family cross my mind from time to time. Great to see where you are at. I am still in Hamilton and have a daughter who rides at TEAD. Keep climbin’.
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