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Sue Lamoree

 For as long as I can remember, I’ve enjoyed writing poetry and short stories.  I’m also an avid reader, with a particular interest in historical fiction.   Although I studied creative writing in college, I ended up with a degree, and career, in finance and put my dreams of writing aside.

 

I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, until my career aspirations led me to southern California, where it took five years to realize “there’s no place like home.”  Shortly after moving back to the PNW, I was diagnosed with a condition called Transverse Myelitis.  The condition left a legion at the c5 level of my spinal chord, which ultimately means I’m an incomplete quadriplegic.  I have fairly good mobility of my upper body and no mobility of my legs.  Over the years (through the grace of my Heavenly Father), I’ve learned to accept and manage my situation with humor and dignity.

Recently, however, I’ve come to realize that the journey isn’t easy and we can often benefit from the support of others.  For this reason, I have started writing again.  I hope my stories encourage people to have courage and faith as they read my humorous, spiritual and sometimes challenging anecdotes about life from a quadriplegic’s perspective.

ABOUT

 For as long as I can remember, I’ve enjoyed writing poetry and short stories.  I’m also an avid reader, with a particular interest in historical fiction.   Although I studied creative writing in college, I ended up with a degree, and career, in finance and put my dreams of writing aside.

 

I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, until my career aspirations led me to southern California, where it took five years to realize “there’s no place like home.”  Shortly after moving back to the PNW, I was diagnosed with a condition called Transverse Myelitis.  The condition left a legion at the c5 level of my spinal cord, which ultimately means I’m an incomplete quadriplegic.  I have fairly good mobility of my upper body and no mobility of my legs.  Over the years (through the grace of my Heavenly Father), I’ve learned to accept and manage my situation with humor and dignity.

Recently, however, I’ve come to realize that the journey isn’t easy and we can often benefit from the support of others.  For this reason, I have started writing again.  I hope my stories encourage people to have courage and faith as they read my humorous, spiritual and sometimes challenging anecdotes about life from a quadriplegic’s perspective.

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