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this month i have another guest burn survivor writing for the blog. calais is one of the burn survivors who is featured in trial by fire: lives reforged. i’ve had the pleasure of meeting her and her parents. she is a lovely , talented and bright young lady who exudes confidence. she is a great roll model for all young women.
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beyond recognition home my story 05may13 harli’s story by johnyflames 2 comments categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance my name is harli mishel white i am 17 years old, racing is my passion. if it wasn’t for the good lord above and all the thoughts and prayers, i wouldn’t be here today sharing my amazing story. racing is and has been a big part of my life. it all began when i was a little girl watching and helping my father race. i have always had the dream to be a race car driver like my dad. when i was old enough to have a racecar of my own my dad surprised me with a 600cc restricted mini sprint in nov. 2007 when i was 12 yrs old. i had practiced from nov on the weekends up until the first race of the season at i-44 speedway on april 5th 2008. it was a normal race day on saturday but my first race ever. i was prepared but nervous at the same time. my first race ever in a mini sprint in the b main event i was doing well. going around turn 4 i barely hit the wall and my car turned over on its side. usually track officials will turn the cars upright. but that did not happen. all of a sudden my car burst into flames. i immediately turned off the car and tried to escape, i was trapped in the burning race car. the steering wheel would not budge and seat belt was hung up. the track used all the extinguishers they had, which did not touch the fire at all. my dad along with others was trying to get me out. at that moment i gave up and started to pray to god. a young man by the name of donnie ray crawford, who was another racer waiting in his car for the next race saw a ball of fire and ran to the accident and pulled me from the burning flames. i believe that donnie ray was an angel that god sent to rescue me. i was rushed to ou trauma center in okc; there my family and friends came to the hospital to see me. i was very calm and really didn’t know or think i was burned too bad. i thanked everyone for coming and ask that they pray for me. in all reality i was burned really badly. i am burned 45% deep 3 degree. i was medi flighted by angel flight services to shriner’s hospital for children in galveston tx. the doctors were waiting on be to arrive and went straight into surgery. i had 3 graph surgeries and 5 reconstruction surgeries. i was in the burn unit for 21 days. most of those days on my belly, my family and i had to stay for therapy for 3 months after getting out of the hospital. i was determined to get back to cheering, playing basketball, running track, softball and eventually racing again. while i was in the hospital my parents were always by my side. i was never alone for a second. i know it was really tough to watch their daughter to through so much pain but they bared through it and so did my grandparents and many other family and friends. i had my 13th birthday in the hospital and received many letters and gifts from all over the world of encouragement. i left galveston, tx to go home in july and went back to school in august. the town of lindsay was so supportive and always doing something for my family and i. i received many letters and other things from all over the u.s. and other countries while i was in the hospital. when i was better and capable of racing again i asked my parents for another racecar. i begged and begged for a few months until they finally decided to let me race again, and they surprised me with a brand new racecar for christmas in 2008. i basically told my parents that if they didn’t let me race again i was dead anyways. i have been racing ever since in 2009 i had 4 wins, 2010 i had 9 wins, 2011 i had 7 wins, 2012 i had 2 wins. i have had many opportunities this year in my racing career. i had the chance to drive neighbor’s coffee, 2 barrel sprint car. this year 2013 and last year i will be racing sprint cars all year round, in the 305 and the two barrel sprint car. my story was featured on the own network, and i am going to be in a documentary called: trial by fire: lives reforged, which will be released in 2012. if it wasn’t for god and donnie ray, and shriners hospital i wouldn’t be here today living my dream. share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... 19dec12 comoing soon and happy holidays by johnyflames 18 comments categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance hello to everyone. i just wanted to let you all know that we will be featuring another guest burn survivors story on beyond recognition next month.a little lady with a big spirit named harli white will be sharing with us.until then have a merry christmas and a very happy new year. as a foot note if you pray please pray for the families who will not be together this christmas and for those suffering from the horrible tragedy in connecticut and elsewhere in the u.s. and around the world. may god bless us all in the coming new year and help us all to find peace within ourselevs and bring it to the world around us. john share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... 21aug12 calais story by johnyflames 99 comments categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance this month i have another guest burn survivor writing for the blog. calais is one of the burn survivors who is featured in trial by fire: lives reforged. i’ve had the pleasure of meeting her and her parents. she is a lovely , talented and bright young lady who exudes confidence. she is a great roll model for all young women. before i delve into the story of my injury, i should perhaps begin with a bit of biographical background. i grew up striving to be the perfect child in every way: school, sports, behavior. not only did i have to have straight-a’s, but even a 100% in a class wasn’t acceptable to me if bonus points had been available. i was that kid. on top of self-imposed academic pressure, my mother was a model. wanting to be her mini-me, i followed in her footsteps and modeled from the time i was a baby. it wasn’t something i aimed to make a career out of, but i knew i would need the extra savings to be able to afford whatever ivy league school i hoped to attend. what most people didn’t know at the time is that i had been depressed since i started middle school. after putting so much pressure on myself to be perfect, i felt like a failure in every way. i woke up every morning in high school, looked in the mirror, and couldn’t help but mutter “i am so ugly”. of course, looking back at pictures of myself from before, i can’t help but want to smack myself for being so blind. but what is also blatantly obvious to me now is the pain and sadness behind my eyes in those photos. my junior year chemistry teacher – my favorite teacher – had three sons. the eldest was in my class and the youngest (11 years old at the time) was one i had seen several times since she also happened to be my basketball coach. he was a very sweet, fun kid who loved science. he would sometimes be around in class when we performed experiments, even being brave enough to perform some of the things that freaked me out to do – like dropping a lit match down a long tube where a very small amount of flammable gas was to see it go “poof”. his mom even allowed him to do mine for me. on monday, january 23rd, 2006 i had chemistry class right after lunch. it was a class i loved and that came pretty easily to me. i had seen the youngest son that past friday after class because he was home sick from school. so i wasn’t really surprised to see him again that day because i figured he was still sick. he was fine, he said, and told me he was playing hookey to see the demonstration his mom was doing that day. the theory behind the experiment is that different chemical salts, due to their structures, burn at different light frequencies, therefore appearing as different colored flames. at the beginning of class, she and the young son together set up the dishes of a clear liquid with the chemical salts on her desk at the front of the classroom, uncovered. about forty minutes into class, the teacher said it was time for the demonstration. i pulled my friend and deskmate, cecilia, up to the front with me. the teacher performed it at her desk instead of in either of the two chemical hoods available in the classroom. none of us wore our safety gear: “when i do demonstrations, it’s not necessary,” she had told us before. one by one, her youngest son dropped a lit match into each of the seven dishes from left to right. the lights were off, and in front of us was the coolest show of the seven roygbiv flames. after a minute or so, the red flame on the left began to diminish. the young son said, “madre, the red one is going out.” she dismissed him, saying something along the lines of “it’s too dangerous”. after a little more time passed he repeated his request. this time she reached into the sink on her desk and pulled out a gallon-sized jug full of that same clear liquid from before. none of us knew what it was at the time. as she uncapped it she said, “i better be careful or the bottle will explode.” something wasn’t right. every fiber of my being buzzed with fear, and in that split second of time as she began to pour i threw my hands in front of my face. whoosh! it turns out that clear liquid was methanol. it exploded into an orange fireball that hit me head-on. i fell over onto the ground and kept thinking, “oh my god, oh my god, i’m on fire. oh my god.” i immediately started rolling from side to side trying to put it out. it wouldn’t stop burning. i heard all of the students screaming as i felt my hair singe to my scalp and smelled the most horrendous, indescribable smell of burning hair and flesh. i decided that the flames weren’t going out because i was on a linoleum floor, and that i needed a blanket to smother it. but i had no idea where the fire blanket was, and i couldn’t stand up because my polyester uniform skirt had melted into the ground. so i pulled myself across the floor to the doorway leading out to the hall where it was carpeted – perhaps carpet would work? by the time i reached the door, the room was silent. all i could hear was the sound of the flames still burning and the fire alarm. the methanol had gone down my throat, so when i finally tried to scream for help, not even a whisper came out. i had no concept of time, and for all i knew it had been 10/30/60/120 seconds of being on fire. i looked up at the door and saw the fire extinguisher next to it on the wall, but i couldn’t reach it. it was then that i figured no one was going to help me, and i was going to die. just as i started to pray that i would die as quickly as possible, i heard “oh my god!” i looked up and saw my favorite janitorial staff member in the doorway. he grabbed the fire extinguisher, put me out, and dragged me into the hallway as he continued to put out the other flames in the classroom. what happened after is a blur. i remember every detail, and yet it all seemed to happen at once. i was sitting with cecilia and another student that was burned (transported and then later released from the hospital that day), and i remember repeatedly asking, “do i look okay? do i look okay?” i kept imagining i looked like a monster – perhaps my face was melted off or my nose was missing. the teacher came around the corner and told me i would be okay, and then darted off with her youngest son, who had also been seriously injured. out of nowhere a biology teacher/football coach came, scooped me up, and sprinted down the stairs to the ambulances. i shared an ambulance ride with the teacher and the youngest son. during the ride to the hospital the teacher clutched her burned hand, in shock and unresponsive to her son’s cries, before fainting. i inwardly rolled my eyes. i did my best to calm her son down as he kept saying “are we going to die?! we’re going to die!” i won’t go into the details of the hospital stay. anyone with any experience with burns already knows the story – dressing changes, the scrub room, surgeries, illnesses, infections….all in an endless cycle. once released, i immediately went back to the world of academia. i was tutored by a couple of my teachers to finish what i had missed that second half of the year in time to take the advanced placement exams for college credit. i was tutored that summer in the chemistry i had missed because i planned on taking ap chemistry the following year. i may have been missing quite a few layers of skin and dignity, but i was still that kid. before all of this had happened, my family was dealing with some serious financial uncertainty. while i was still hospitalized, we were already receiving bills from collections. we had what was supposed to be incredible health insurance, but they said to my father “we do not cover ‘catastrophic’ claims”. they also said 1) that the school’s insurance company is responsible for paying – which makes sense, right?; and 2) to get a lawyer. the problem was that the school’s insurance company said, “well, she was so negligent, and it is in our contract with the school that we are not responsible for covering something that is caused by a teacher’s negligence”. so without letting me be aware of any extra stress going on, my parents found an attorney. despite what i know many of the students and teachers later thought of us, my family does not like to sue. we really, reallydid not want it to get to that point. but we unfortunately had no other options because we simply could not afford to pay for my present or future care. for this and many other reasons, my senior year was a living hell. i was already so angry not just by what happened, but that my favorite teacher never came to visit me in the hospital when she was just doors away with her own son. when i returned to school, i found out that the teachers had been instructed in faculty meetings to tell students when they asked questions that it was an “unfortunate, unpreventable accident”. so when i tried to tell some of my friends what happened, they didn’t want to hear it. after all, she was still on campus – what i was saying happened couldn’t possibly be true if she was still there…right? those other students that were in the classroom at the time simply said it was a mistake that she made, but she shouldn’t be punished for it. i felt so isolated and alone that i began to act out and push away anyone who even tried to befriend me. cecilia and i were in and out of classes for doctors’ appointments and physical therapy, but no one understood that. other students labeled us as disruptive in class, entitled, and just plain mean. i honestly can’t remember much of my senior year because i blocked out most of it, but i’m sure those students weren’t totally wrong. but i can say we never felt entitled to anything. it was made very clear by the headmaster where we stood on the list of priorities at that school, especially when people would do things like cutting out articles about the lawsuit and hanging them up outside of the classroom where it happened. i truly felt like my pain would never end – my injury was all i was and would ever be seen as. it may surprise some, but the loss of beauty was probably one of the first things i was able to get past. i was angry with myself for taking for granted how beautiful i truly was before, but my anger at the injustice of the whole situation easily overwhelmed the rest. after i graduated, i was fortunately able to attend the yearly angel faces retreat before heading off to college. there’s no other way to put it except that it saved me. up until that point it never even occurred to me that my life didn’t have to be defined by my injury. that piece of wisdom alone worked wonders. it took a couple more years to really grow into my new skin, so to speak, but i am now happier than i have ever been. it has been a while since i have felt even the slightest anger at the school or teacher – it has been even longer since i have had dreams of punching or yelling at her for such negligence. the “big picture” perspective my experience has given me on life is invaluable, and i would not change what happened to me even if i could. it has given me the chance to let the smaller things go, while being able to value what is truly important. happened to me even if i could. it has given me the chance to let the smaller things go, while being able to value what is truly important. i am still far from perfect or “cured” of ever being sad or angry again. i’m human, and there’s no such thing as having a life full of rainbows and sunshine. as much as we’d like to think that nothing bad would ever happen to us again because we’ve gone through so much trauma already, it’s just not true. we have to live life one day at a time, and enjoy the happier times as they come so we can better cope with the hard times. be prepared in the back of our minds for the worst, but focus on and hope for and believe in the best. share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... 02jul12 i dont often as… by johnyflames leave a comment categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance i dont often ask for money to support causes but this is dear to my heart…the documentary trial by fire: lives reforged has been selected by the ifc to preimier on the east coast; new york city and on west coast in los angeles . the films producers need donations to edit and finish the film . if you are interested in helping out here is the link to the website…. please post this on your fb page if you like. it will help us a lot..thank you     http://trialbyfiredoc.com/ share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... 18jun12 riks story by johnyflames 188 comments categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance tags: burn survivor inpirational burns since i am taking a break from the blog to focus on writing my book,i’ve decided to publish stories from other burn survivors.the following is the story of a burn survivor who lives in new zealand….enjoy…john my story by rik. my story as a burn survivor began in 1980, how i came to be burned doesn’t seem as important now, as how i learned to deal with it and how i continue to do so. however, i was admitted to a burn unit in the uk, where i was working at the time. i was 22 years old. on admission, my injuries were assessed as 45% full thickness or third degree burn, with some second degree and superficial burns. unfortunately the genital region was also affected, and it wasn’t until some time later i regain full function, and the area still looks different to the pre burned area. my grandmother was living in the uk at the time, and i asked before i became too ill, she not be notified, as the shock would have been too much, as she was in her 80s. my mother was notified in new zealand, and she was shocked and alarmed when she received the call from the hospital. for a few days, i felt ok, as if nothing had happened, but i believe from reading of other cases, this is common with survivors of serious burns, and i even tried to get up to go to work. unfortunately, this did not last and after a few days i was put into an induced coma, and remained in one for the best part of two months. i believe burn treatments have changed over the years and it’s managed differently now. i don’t remember very much of the next two months, only fragments. the terrible pain, hallucinations and delirium, and drifting in and out of consciousness. one burn survivor described it as being scraped with a wire brush 24 hours a day and this is exactly as i remember it. i guess it was tough having no real family support for some time, really being largely on my own, in a strange environment. after a few weeks my condition deteriorated and my mother was asked to come from nz, a massive undertaking for her considering the distance and expense involved. for a while, my condition was very bad, with mainly infections, but eventually i started to improve, the progress wasn’t rapid but a daily improvement every day. i was still having operations, but i started gaining weight daily – a good sign, as my weight had plummeted. as my physical health started to improve, so did my mental health, and the realization of my surroundings and circumstances. i did lapse into depression at times, because the whole ordeal was overwhelming. as i had improved well, i was transferred to a general surgical ward for the next month, as this was a chance to be with others, as there were probably about 20 men in the ward, from all over , even a nigerian man who had been given a completely new nose, as he had lost his in an accident. the downside of being there was there were mirrors. in the burn unit there were no mirrors, but unfortunately one day curiosity got the better of me and i had to look in the mirror. i wish i hadn’t. the image i had of myself was the image i had before i got burned. in the burn unit i had been told – “you look good”, but when i looked in the mirror for the first time, i looked anything but. it was a shock – no hair, scabs, and big areas of scarring on my face. it was a real setback. toward the end of the month, the hospital had decided i was well enough to be discharged, as the beds were required for more urgent admissions. this left another dilemma – the journey back to new zealand with my mother. at the time, although i was better i still wasn’t in really good shape – problems with walking, severe itching. however, the flight was arranged and my mother and i. left from heathrow airport to fly back to new zealand – a 24 hour flight without stops. the flight was very uncomfortable due to the severe itching, but we landed back in new zealand in sept. 1980. when i came off the plane, i was shattered– in a wheelchair, no hair, burned areas on face, body still healing up, – and psychologically shattered as well – no money, no job. i had developed “dropped foot” a condition if a person lies in bed too long without walking – it affects the tendons, and it takes several months to walk properly again, with a splint. after a few days at home, i was readmitted to hospital –in auckland, nz, unfortunately, the hospital decided i may have brought back an infection from overseas so i was put into isolation for the next two months. it was an unhappy time, being in isolation, tremendous itching and depression probably from the lack of others to talk to. it was also the early days of wearing pressure garments, and the hospital seemed to have a rigid insistence on me wearing one – it seemed like torture. i wore this skintight garment, only to have it pulled off me daily for baths, and scabs would form which would be ripped off as well. i told the hospital i did not want to wear one, and they stopped trying to put one on me. the depression got worse and i was treated with different types of drugs, even those used for schizophrenia, but they didn’t work because it was just depression. this went on for about two months with no progress being made and eventually my mother made an appointment with the chief surgeon and i was allowed home. some years later, i found out some of the medical staff had been in favour of sending me to a psychiatric facility, instead of going home but luckily my mother won out. after release from hospital, i went to a rehab unit where i underwent physical therapy to give me more extension under my arms, as i could not lift them above my head well, and learning how to walk well again. as well as this, we made and constructed items – woodworking. after three months my time at the unit came to an end and it was time to look at the future, although i did further exercises at the y.m.c.a. with very obvious facial scarring and without having had reconstructive surgery my chances of employment seemed dim, and unfortunately or fortunately after a few rejections, i decided i wasn’t ready. instead i found work at a facility for the disabled doing mainly light factory work, although the pay was minimal. i continued to work there for four years, and did get the chance to have further surgery, which made improvements. eventually i left the facility and went to work in a shop, although the hours were very long, standing all day and very tiring. i had been prescribed tranquillizers to deal with anxiety after my injuries =ptsd and i started using them regularly to get through. this became a pattern for at least the next ten years. moving into the 1990s, it really was a decade i would prefer to forget completely, i can’t remember anything good about the entire ten years. it really was a decade of struggle. in the early 1990s i lost my job, and became unemployed. this was to really form the pattern of the next ten years – unemployment, depression, menial work, giving up the work, unemployed and continuing on. one good aspect of not being in regular work was i could finally get some counseling, which led to being able to come off the tranquillizers over several months under medical supervision, although unfortunately alcohol did become a substitute for a time. i was glad when the 1990s finished. in 2000, things started to pick up. as i was still classified as disabled through a combination of depression and burns, i was offered a place on a government funded computer and business administration course. i developed an interest in computing and took two courses which i completed. after that, i decided to continue with further education and with help from my mother, who now had a more comfortable lifestyle through shares and investing wisely on the advice of an accountant who knew business and became a friend, i was able to embark on a certificate of business at a college. i completed that over 18 months, and although it was tough going i got through. after leaving the college i decided i really didn’t want to have a career in business, so i had to find another option, as the college was only geared to business. i opted to go to another university and do an arts degree in social science which i completed over six years part time. i was always a long held ambition of mine to achieve a degree, but through circumstance previously it wasn’t possible. unfortunately over the years i had started to experience health problems again related to burns, which were due to the amount of weight i’d put on over the years, which made the scarring around my stomach very tight. from 2008 to 2011, i underwent another four operations which have corrected the problems, and i also graduated from university in 2011. since then i have returned to work, although mainly part time working in the care giving field with clients, mainly older men who live in the community. unfortunately, the employment situation in new zealand isn’t good at the moment, so it isn’t possible to get exactly the work you want, however i enjoy dealing with clients, and prefer it to many other types of work. i’ve resumed my interest in music as a guitar player and bassist. playing with local musicians and writing and recording songs which i have been submitting to song contests, so hopefully i will have some luck with one of them. i’d played before i got burned but lost interest for a long time. these are just some final thoughts. as i look back over the last 32 years, i certainly would not want to repeat a lot of them. during the first ten years after my injuries, i struggled often with two dominant thoughts and emotions: guilt and loss. the sense of guilt was enormous, and i blamed myself maybe wrongly for all i’d put my small family through – the terrible worry, the expense of having to be there and pay airfares, luckily the united kingdom had or still has a system in which if an individual works in that country and pays tax, then they covered in their comprehensive health system. i would have hated to think what would have happened if this wasn’t the case. the sense of loss surrounded my physical loss. although children are thought to be badly affected by burns, which they are through school, an adult burn survivor goes through a different trauma, as they have had their old body longer, and when it is destroyed it takes longer to come to terms with, especially if you liked the way your old body looked. both these strong thoughts/emotions of guilt and loss led to my dependence on tranquillizers as a means to block out. physical acceptance is certainly a very gradual process. as i move through middle age, what the remainder of my life holds – i don’t know, but hopefully it will be easier, stable but rewarding in its own way. there have been books which have given me strength over the years – books by elizabeth kubler-ross, m.scott peck and susan jeffers and others and well as a book i managed to find called: “journeys through hell – stories of burn survivors’ reconstruction of self and identity” by dennis j. stouffer. – a great book for burn survivors. share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... 14apr12 www.creativeexpressionsinwood.org by johnyflames 1 comment categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance www.creativeexpressionsinwood.org share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... 01apr12 what a life by johnyflames 8 comments categories: discrimination, prejudice,physical appearance tags: burn group, burns, divine, narcotics dependency, open hearts, service, spiritual, survivor, transformation, universal consciousness who could have ever imagined that i would have the life that i have today? i certainly didn’t. not lying in the burn unit lingering somewhere between life and death. i was sure my life was over, i felt hopeless and i was broken in a way that i didn’t even know existed. that brokenness is one of the reasons that i have the life i have today. the ‘accident’ drove my life onto another course and set me up for the ultimate indignity; public deconstruction. my life fell apart on the public stage and it was pretty much laid bare for anyone to see. it had become quite obvious to just about everyone who knew me and some who didn’t that i really couldn’t function anymore. after many years of surgeries and a grave dependence on narcotics my life had finally crash landed. as someone once said “any landing you can walk away from is a good landing”. i agree. at least today i agree. although i wasn’t really feeling all too positive about it back then, as i stumbled through the wreckage that had once been my life and sorted through all the fragments and pieces . turns out it was, in a major way. i had been handed what would turn out to be the greatest opportunity in my life by some divine power, universal consciousness, call it what you want . many people were harmed in the swirling chaos that i had once called a life and everywhere i looked i saw collateral damage. i had a lot of work to do, but thankfully i didn’t have to do it alone or all in one day. with the help of that same divine power, universal consciousness and a whole sh*t load of people i was able to experience a transformation.              a spiritual transformation that has led me to the life i have today. spiritual to me doesn’t necessarily mean something mysterious or religious; although it does have some of those qualities. to me it’s simply the unseen powers that are both within us and outside of us. it’s about finding the highest good in myself and others and using that to serve. i use the capital ‘h’ because i believe that it is the part of us that is directly connected to the infinite powers that be. i also want to say that i’m really not all that spiritual for the most part, i have a pretty solid intellectual understanding of spirituality but when it comes to the emotional part of it, i have lots of work to do. as i’ve mentioned before many of the things that i’ve gone through have not been pleasant. as a matter of fact some of them were excruciatingly painful. but they have been fruitful in that they have  furthered my own personal growth and understanding of me and my responsibilities to myself and the world outside of myself. my involvement in my recovery from the trauma of the burns that almost killed me and the drug dependence that almost finished the job has been my saving grace. sharing with others , whether in a group of addicts looking for a way out of their own wreckage ,burn survivors looking to heal from the trauma of their burns and reintegration into society or talking to someone in the supermarket who is curious about what happened to me, it’s all service.           visiting a local girl scout troop a couple of  weeks ago was one of my favorite experiences so  far .  after reading an article written ( in three different publications, two local and one magazine  with world-wide distribution) about the work i do with wood i was contacted by a local girl scout troop leader who asked me if i would please come out and share with her troop of 4 and 5 year olds. i immediately said yes and i spoke with the troop leader, a lovely lady by the name of christine. we shared our thoughts on the subject of looking different and how beneficial we think it would be to talk  to children early on in their lives to help them understand some of the differences they will encounter with people in life and the diversity that exists on this planet. the other important issue we wanted them to understand is that when someone does suffer a tragic accident or is born with some challenging disability whatever it may be it doesn’t mean that they can’t have a happy and fulfilling life.               i stumbled upon this great wisdom as a result of a tragic accident at 20 years old., just a boy really getting started in life. when i went to the girl scout troop meeting i wanted to show them that i was just like them and everyone else. i just didn’t look like them. in order to accomplish this i told ms. christine i thought it might be a good idea to prepare the children by showing them a picture of me, so that they would be a little more at ease when i came in to see them. i brought pictures of myself to the meeting picture of me before the burns, after the burns, with my family, children ,wife etc. and some from my world travels. i also brought some of my woodwork that had been featured in the magazine and newspper, along with the magazine itself, woodcarvers magazine. and i really floored them when i promised to show them something that none of them, their friends or their families had ever seen before. ears in a box! my prosthetic ears which were hand-made by a former cia anaplastologist named robert barron a very interesting and brilliant man. they couldn’t believe their eyes when i opened the small blue box and inside lay two perfectly life-like human ears complete with piercings. i passed them around so the kids could see them close up. i talked openly for quite a while and they sat and listened attentively to my description of what happened to me and how i recovered and what it was like at first and how it is today.                and then they asked questions. some of them were eager to ask questions and i told them that they could ask me anything that they wanted too. some parents were in attendance too but they really didn’t interact, most just quietly sat in the back watching and listening. after the meeting had ended a couple who came in late brought their son over and i sat and talked with them for a short while. it was very different from anything i had done before in terms of speaking to a group about my burn recovery, but just as gratifying. maybe more so knowing that in some small way i may have touched the life, mind and spirit of a child before they became closed off from the world in which we live. it is our responsibility to give our children the knowledge that they need so they can do better in the future, than we have done in the past. let us help them to not carry our prejudices, biases and those of the world with them, but instead to travel lightly with open hearts…..😉 share this:emailprintmorelinkedinredditgoogletwitterfacebooklike this:like loading... « previous entries beyond recognition an intimate view of a burn survivor's life and recovery pages my story recent posts harli’s story comoing soon and happy holidays calais story i dont often as… riks story blogroll burn prevention network trial by fire: lives re-forged u.s. chemical safety and hazard investigation board december 2016 s m t w t f s « may 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 email subscription enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 20 other followers blog at wordpress.com. beyond recognition blog at wordpress.com. send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please 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