Yes, I'm In A Wheelchair. And Yes, He Married Me Anyway.

wheelchair marriage

You can stop staring now, thanks.

For 15 years I've been paralyzed from the chest down. Consequently, there’s no hiding my disability. There’s also no hiding the fact I scored big when I married my very handsome husband, Cory. When the two of us stroll down the sidewalk (my bulky power wheelchair and him), we attract a lot of attention. And while some people are quick to share their thoughts, others say nothing (but they don't have to - it's written all over their faces). DOH.

If you've ever wondered what holding hands in public with my husband looks and sounds like from my perspective? Well, wonder no more! Here are the best and worst offenders:



Expert advice

Save your breath because you only need two words to make him commit.
Are you REALLY thinking about their happiness?
If you keep finding yourself in heartbreaking, dead end relationships, listen up.
It seems like you can't do anything right.