I wanted to take the time to say Thank You. Thank You for being real about what it is like to have a body that works different than it did before. Thank You for reminding me that disability means finding tools to make my world function for me. Thank you for helping me practice accepting myself where I am. Thank you for staying with me while I faced my fears of getting my scooter in and out of my car. (and for securing a chair for me to sit on) You guys are Heros. Thank You again.   - Sue W.