I don't have a wheelchair at home. I rented it. The last (and first) time I sat in such a chair was 17 years ago in the hospital after my amputation of my left leg. I was rolled in it by my relatives on hospital corridors to try and brighten up my gray, everyday life. I was in the hospital for 5 months! 🙈🙈🙈 Still, I want to note that being confined to a wheelchair is physically difficult. (It is morally hard, but also a necessity for the first time, but you get used to everything). My opinion is, it is better to have one leg walking than two paralyzed legs... Often I see on the Internet girls in such a position, and I admire them! - they are shining, beautiful and well-groomed ! They're special but also us amputee girls…) 😇☺️

At home in the wheelchair, it was very unusual. Especially in a small cramped apartment. It was funny at first, but I knew it was temporary. I imagine that it is even more difficult on the street (in small cities, people with disabilities in wheelchairs probably have a hard time).

Maybe I'll try a road trip sometime!♿️


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