Living with Paraysis


Casey Sims was in an accident that left him paralyzed. He went through a period of loss and came out the other side with a purpose in life. He started a blog and is now showing us how to overcome adversity and thrive while doing it. He also has a website with a lot of photographs.
Casey is new to blogging and would love to meet fellow bloggers.  Please visit his Blog, follow and share ❤


Living with Paralysis

Livin With Paralysis…                                           “The Man Who Thinks He Can, And The Man Who Thinks He Can’t, Are Both Right…”                                                                                                          #NeverGiveUp

I’m starting this blog To show you through example how to not just overcome adversity, but thrive while doing it..

My FaceBook Fan Page 
At Our Cabin in BearLake, Idaho                            Stretching My Leg Muscles feels so good!

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50 thoughts on “LIVING WITH PARALYSIS”

  1. Reblogged this on mira prabhu and commented:
    Living with paralysis…unfortunately, and its a bitter pill to swallow, this could happen to any of us – which is why it is so heart-warming and wonderful to know that some heroes do when confronted with a terrible illness – thanks so much for sharing, Tina Frisco!

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    1. Thanks Teagan and your very welcome! It’s a beautiful day so I’m gonna go fishing 🎣 out on the Beautiful BearLake in Idaho… I hope to have some pictures and good stories about my fishing trip posted tonight! And like I said to Mira, I’m new to this blogging thing so thank you so much for helping me share my story and if you have any tips on how to reach more people and get more followers I am open to suggestions 😊

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      1. You’re welcome, Casey. My pleasure. I’m afraid WordPress does tend to monkey-around with things, which is problematic to getting and keeping followers. I’ve been doing some collaborative posts, particularly with bloggers who tend to write on different topics from me — hoping that widens the reach of both parties.
        I hope the fish are biting! 🙂

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      1. Welcome, Casey. I hope you get a few more followers from this reblog. One way to increase your following is by visiting blogs of those who “Like” your posts (including this post), commenting on a post of theirs, and following them. Also, be sure to visit all reblogs, thank the person for doing so, and revisit that reblog for a few days in order to reply to comments. Here’s the link to a WordPress forum on the subject: By the way, the link you posted to your FB Fan Page takes you to your FB Personal Page. I’ve changed it on this post, and perhaps you’d like to change it on yours ( Wishing you all the best, Casey. Hugs ❤

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                1. Yep. Tina knows. As she says be yourself. The best way to get followers is to follow folks, try and leave comments on some of the posts. I have made so many friends on here, including the lovely Tina, met so many supportive people. Now I promise you, you are on my guest list. I will be in touch soon. I regularly have guests over to my blog, all different sorts of people and I’m making up a new list. I just got hit by some unexpected publicity I need to do, I wasn’t expecting.

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