Tracy Todd’s Blog

Dear Mom

I will never forget the look on your face when you walked into the hospital – the day you saw your only daughter lying there – completely incapacitated. You tried to be brave. I saw you bite your lip.

Sweet 16

Few people can say that they were given a second chance at life

Insomnia, I can’t sleep with you

Insomnia, it’s been said, is the triumph of the mind over the mattress. I’m competitive by nature. So, I’m fighting to regain control.

In the shower with…

Eyes closed, I see myself standing alone in a glass cubicle. The water, a little hotter than necessary, is cascading over my head and down the natural curves of my body.

The Red Room

My heart pounded because I knew, deep down, that she was there to stay, for a while at least, until she had her way and got what she came for, whether I liked it or not.

Driving Miss Tracy

I wondered silently if I could still drive, had I been able to, not doubting the answer for one second. I reasoned that driving must be much like riding a bicycle – once you’ve learned how to do it – you never forget it. Right?

Tracy Todd: Walking on Wheels

After months of haggling, supported by my supplier, Mobility One, the RAF finally agreed that I qualified for a new wheelchair. The large shortfall was covered by a rather special Earth Angel.

Tracy Todd: How do I do it?

Tracy’s blog is a place where this quadriplegic shares her life of immobility, honestly and openly, touching hearts with her direct and humorous approach, enabling people to look at life with a renewed appreciation.

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