Thursday, June 28, 2007
Life does not owe you a free gift. You have to persevere through the challenges to get confidence.
Great post Ben! See you this weekend.
Saturday, June 23, 2007
I wrote this paper for a class. Last semester. I hope you guys like it. Enjoy:)-Kyle
The aspect of my body that I would most like to change would probably be my legs because they do not work the way I want them to work. I don’t understand sometimes why I was put in this position. I believe that everything happens for a reason. Most of the time, I just shrug it off. There are sometimes when I get very depressed and down because I see people doing stuff I always wanted to do. It hurts deep down inside. I know I just have to keep fighting and keep my head up. One day, I will get a miracle.
I want my legs to work because I want my life to be easier. I want to feel how it feels to stand up for more than ten minutes. I want to feel that burning sensation in your legs when you work out. I want to know how it is to walk up steps, to know what it feels like to run. I want to get another perspective on life. I want to be able to cook, clean, and do my own laundry.
I always kept this a secret from many people because it hurts so badly. There are some days when I cry myself to sleep. I ask myself why I was put in this position. Another reason why I have kept this a secret is because people don’t know how to respond to me. I often ask others how it feels to walk. They always hesitate because they don’t want to hurt their feelings. I want the truth because I really want to know. I depend on people to get me through the day and I wish that I could help them in the way that they help me.
Like I mentioned above, I really want to walk one day. And I firmly believe that one day I will have an opportunity to walk one step at a time. My wish is that no one takes their legs for granted.
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Friday, June 15, 2007
Then when I got to the transfer center, I ran to the next bus. Got on the other CCT to take me to the MARTA Arts Center station. When I got there, I had to buy a breeze car, though no one was around to help me get my money out.
Then, a sweet lady came and helped me. She asked 'Are you Kyle?'
And I said 'Yes.'
She said, 'I met you at one of your speeches and you did a great job.'
Then we sat on the train together and we talked. She got off before I did. When I got to Five Points, I transfered to the East/West line to go to Edgewood/Candler Park. I got off the train and ran to the bus to catch the bus to the edgewood shopping district.
My grandpa met me at the bus stop. And it was a lovely time. I got back on public transportation about 2:30. And did the whole thing in reverse order.
Got back to Kennesaw about 5:00, waiting for Amy to come and get me so we could come to our softball game. While we were at the game, she got injured. And her knee buckled.
So, Ryan had to come back and put me to bed and stay with me another night. All in all, it was a great day. It was a very training day. But it was well worth it. And I'm gonna do it again really soon.
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Monday, June 11, 2007
Saturday, June 9, 2007
To feel my legs move is a feeling that i can not explain to you guys in this blog. It was truly amazing to feel the pain and the burn.
Wow what a night:)
Friday, June 8, 2007
Thursday, June 7, 2007
Ok this is my first blog. Hi, My name is Kyle Pease. I have a Cerebral Palsy. My Disability does not stop me from who i am. I attend Kennesaw state University. Majoring in Sports Mgt. I want this blog to happy and life changing event for people who want to read this.
I love my
Pursuit Of Happiness