Diva Author BadGirl (eveningscribe) wrote in payingitforward,
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Homeless for Christmas

I've always maintained that having been born paralyzed is much "easier" and less traumatic then having been born a strong man, and being paralyzed in the prime of life.

Kevin Guillory is 36. He was paralyzed from the waist down two years ago in a work-related accident, and he's lost his workman's compensation. He's in danger of becoming homeless for Christmas, and more than that, he needs a accessible home. At the moment he's living in a hotel.

When you have a moment, please, PLEASE read this; http://lunakitten.livejournal.com/232535.html and take a gander at this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4neHJYY6SA

If you can't donate a dollar, please, at least post it as a link in your Twitter and/or your face book.
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I've always maintained that having been born paralyzed is much "easier" and less traumatic then having been born a strong man, and being paralyzed in the prime of life.


I've always looked at it that way too. But I can't say for a fact that's it's true since I was paraplegic when I was hatched
I'm on a fixed income but I'll see what I can do

"What does not kill me makes me stronger"
High-5. :) I was hatched paralyzed as well. Fixed income here, too.

"That which does not kill me makes me stranger." ;)

"That which does not kill me makes me stranger." ;)


yeah that too!
Passing this along to all who commented: There is a new video, new info and we're going to court on Tuesday. If you can, please boost the new one, as we need every view we can get- the numbers will help us shame the insurance company into meeting their obligation (we hope). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQcyEYtkY6Q