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Lenny Harrison

Lenny Harrison used to run marathons. Living in

British Columbia, with his wife, Darlene, and their family, Lenny started training when he was in his late 40


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LENNY,

I AM ONE OF THE LUCKY STROKESURVIVORS. HAD MY STROKE FEB. O8.

I LOST MY LEFT SIDE. ARM LEG HAND FOOT. ICOULD STAND. I SPENT THREE

WEEKS IN ROCHESTER ST. MARYS. STARTED THE LONG ROAD BACK. I WAS

LUCKY I GOT STRONGER AND COULD MOVE ARMS AND FINGERS ANDFEET.

JUST BECAUSE YOU COULD MOVE ARMS FINGERS FEET DOSENT MEAN YOUR

STRONGER. AFTER SIX MONTHS I GOT MOVEMENT BACK. THEN AFTER NINE

MONTHS I STARTED TO GET STRENGHTBACK. BUT SOME PARTS OF YOUR BODY

CAN GET WEAKER. I WORK VERY HARD AT EXERSIZE AND STREACHING AND

WALK ONE MILE TWICE A DAY. I AM ALSO A TRIM CARPENTER AND WORK 6 TO7

HOURS A DAY .

ITS HARD TO READ ABOUT STROKESURVIVORS ON STROKE NET. I FEEL

SO BAD FOR THEM. I CANT TELL THEM WHAT I DID BECAUSE MOST OF THEM

COULD NOT DO IT. AND COULD THEY GET STRONGER? PLUSS YOU DO NOT

WANT TO GET HURT. PLEASE TAKE THIS MESSAGE IN GOOD WAY

I WISH EVERYONE COULD GET BETTER. I AM SORRY YOU READ THIS. BUT I DONT

KNOW WHAT TO SAY. JUST VENTING

CORY

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Hey Lenny, My friend, I read your story and your progress, man, you have come a long way. I'm beginning to walk without my quad cane. In fact, I will switch to my single point cane for the curbs and stairs. This PT session is really working for me, I'm so happy, but I credit you for telling me not to give up! Keep on pushing!

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Lenny,

 

Your story is one of deternation to be better myself. You have always shown people what it means to never give up and to keep progressing to where some one reachs there goal.

Lenny you give me incorgment to go on.

 

 

Bruce Schwentker

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Lennys Is KOOL, Thanks for all your help sir never give up on us.

not toworry seibbi99 never happen i know you can do it all of you can it just takes time and if i had my way about it i would love to see all of the members get alot of recovery and you can bet on it that when you are able to walk i will be there watching you and still encorage you on never give up

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