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Lonnie E. Shipe, M.A.
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Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe. Saint Augustine

Published on 6/13/2018
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Around the age of eleven or so, in the fourth grade, I had surgery on both of my knees.  Being born with Cerebral Palsy my tendons and muscles were very tight.  This surgery, my first of three, was done with the hope of stretching the two tendons behind each knee to straighten my legs to be able to stand up on straight legs flat  footed on the floor, instead of standing up on my tip toes, for the rest of my life.
During one of my physical therapy sessions my legs were terribly weak from being in a bilateral body cast from my chest to my toes for three month laying down, unable to set up or stand up for three months.
So here I was in Physical Therapy at the Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, relearning to stand up all over again, but never being able to stand unaided. With the assistance of two physical therapist, one on each side of me, slowly I pulled myself up out of my wheelchair by grabbing onto a green wooden top shelf of a toy cabinet in the physical therapy room.           
My legs were shaking like a jack hammer.  Sweat was running down my face from straining to stand on my weak legs, for the first time, in three monthx.  Or was my sweating from pain or anxiety, I now wonder?
Then suddenly, a roar of applause filled this big therapy room from other therapist and other medical personnel that were watching me stand flat footed on the floor, for the first time in my life for just those short few seconds.

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