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Lonnie E. Shipe, M.A.
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“The fall takes no time and forever.” Courtney Summers

Published on 6/9/2018
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Here is a small part of my writing, I hope you enjoy:

If you can picture my body with Cerebral Palsy, as a stiff board that is about how by body functioned. And I would fall the same way, as a board would fall, stiff and unable to catch myself, support myself or bend my body to lessen my impact with another object. It did not take much of a force or body movement for me to fall when I never had a sense of balance.

If you set a board on its end with no support it will always fall. We never know in what direction the board will fall until the fall is beginning. Once the board starts tipping and falling, it never stops falling

We can watch a board fall over from setting on its end, every time if the board is not supported by someone or another object. The wooden board can be tall, short, heavy or light. The fall always begins in slow motion. But the speed of the fall would only increase in the falling process and bang loudly and crash onto the ground, floor or other objects.

Actually, we only knew one thing, without support or balance the board is going to fall over. And this is how my body acted with the hundreds or many thousands of falls that I endured over my lifetime.

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