2016 is coming to a close, and throughout the year, you may have interacted with LIM's Ambassadors. With Christmas being celebrated across the World this Saturday, we handed over the blog to our LIMLegends to share their words of wisdom with the entire amputee community. Here's what they had to say:
Tammy Myers words of wisdom:
"You can still accomplish anything you want with a little creativity! Everyone travels at a different pace! Surround yourself with others like you. Knowledge is power! amputeecoalition.org. Your story could help someone else. Be proud of who you are!"
Pamela Selinski words of wisdom:
"I recently have had the opportunity to speak with several new amputees and their first question is how long does it take. I've been telling them patience is not only a virtue it is a necessity when you have limb loss. Pearls of Wisdom = Be Patient"
Carlos Gonzalez words of wisdom:
"I am humbled by The grace of God, I have become an advocate for others who don't have the courage. Allow me to be your voice by being a example of hope and faith. Walk on!"
Doug Van Pool words of wisdom:
"Don't let amputation define you. We are so much more than that. Advocate, educate, elucidate. Lead others that share your fate. Be that shining light, like the morning star, always steady, always bright. And Never, Never quit!"
Deborah Smith words of wisdom:
"I’m fortunate to be part of the LIM team in the Midwest, and was fit with our TT socket in May. As an amputee one of the most rewarding aspects of my role with LiM is working with others with limb loss. When I became an amputee 1½ years ago I quickly realized I’d joined an incredible community of people. I’m grateful to hear their stories, learn from them, and help with journeys towards increased comfort and mobility.
Just as we prepare and plan step by step for holiday celebrations, our incremental efforts each day toward our goals as prosthetic wearers can culminate in wonderful accomplishments and celebration. There are so many organizations out there to help us be as active as we can dream, whatever our physical challenge may be. Thank you dare2tri.org, juddgoldmansailing.org, adaptivegolf.org!
Merry Christmas, Happy Celebrations, and New Year to all!"