Our Members' Tales
A few of our members have sent me tales of their experiences for all to read. They are inspiring and help us all to realise that other survivors have the same experiences as we do, so we are not alone. If you have a tale to tell, then please send them to me and I will add them to our library.
The Balloon Man - By Laine King
Here's a story from another perspective. This is a letter my mother wrote to the Louisville Courier Journal, hoping it might reach a very special person.
Survivor Guilt - Laine King
Here's my own story - International Post Polio Conference. First time for Atlanta, first time for me. I almost had some kind of breakdown the night before, just knowing a
Unwelcome Visitors – Linda Wheeler Donahue
I hope it rings a bell with many of you. All my best.
Summertime often means visitors. They can bring a joyous change of pace to our daily
Life With PPS - A Son's Tale
Much understanding of this awful disease has been
uncovered. Fatigue as an adult is a logical effect that
One might not associate with a childhood disease
several decades later. But, the concerted effort of your
Running with Polio Virus - Joy E. Moses-Hall
“By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes.” (William Shakespeare, Macbeth, 4.1)