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06.04.2019 New Photo Sets

Photo Set 49 Stumps And Legs
Photo Set 48 Billards
Photo Set 47 Black Passion
Photo Set 46 In Nature


06.07.2019 New Videos

Video 80 Out in the Park First Part
Video 79 Swimming in the Pool First Part
Video 78 Hot Pink Lingerie First Part
Video 77 Fitness Gym First Part

 
                                         










Later I gave birth to two sons. They are now (2014) 7 and 9 years old. They are the biggest love in my life. Life is very difficult for a handicapped person, especially when my children ask to play with me. They always ask me, "Mom, when will you have legs?" Pain compresses my heart when I cannot do the things with my sons which are normal for mothers.

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Pamela
A terrible accident happened to me in 2005 at the Kiev train station. In the evening, as I hurried home, I saw a familiar train. I rushed to get into the car, but it was very slippery on the platform, and I stumbled and fell.

At the same moment, the driver engaged the engine and moved the cars. Nobody had time to help me get out from the gap I had fallen into. The train dragged me a few meters. It was horrible, but I thought to myself, "I want to live!" and struggled to stay conscious. When the ambulance came, I lost consciousness.

When I awoke in the hospital, I threw off the blanket because I wanted to get up, but I did not have any legs. I was shocked and did not understand where they were. The doctors explained that they could not save my legs and had to amputate them to save my life. It was hard to believe that I did not have them anymore, especially since I could still feel them but could not move them to get out of the bed. I cried a lot, and I had tremendous pain! How would I live without my legs? But I resolved that I would learn to live as I now was.


      

 

 
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