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It has been about 7 and a half weeks since my spinal fusion. If you have read my previous blogs, you know that my recovery was rough, really rough, but I am doing much, much better now and am even typing this blog myself. As you may already know, a big part of the result of my surgery was…
It has been 22 days since my spinal fusion. My back pain is very stable and doesn’t hurt much at all. However, my nerve pain? Well, that’s a completely different story. But before I catch you up to speed on that, heres an overview of the past two weeks. On Tuesday, August 11th…
Yesterday, I was discharged from the hospital. Even though I have a long recovery ahead of me, I already feel better at home. Before I share more about being home, I want to tell you about my last few days of recovery. My last couple of days at the hospital were better. I was able to manage…
This is one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite books/movies, Wonder. While I might be different, I was born this way, and I am proud to stand out. I know that people are going to stare, and going to ask questions, but I understand why, and I don’t mind being noticed, or wondered about. I use my difference to make a difference.
Gretability is a blog written by me- a 12 year old girl living in New York City. My name is Greta, and I have a disability called Nemaline Myopathy, which makes my muscles weaker than others. Gretability is a way to inspire people who might be similar to me, and teach people about what life is like when living with a disability.
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Thank you to my physical therapist, Dr. Morlaye Kamara, for designing and creating the Gretability logo.
Lastly, thank you to everyone who has encouraged me to accomplish all that I have, and connected me to so many amazing opportunities.