Hello my name is Eric Cerra. I'm 48 divorced with three children. I missed 4 years and 2 months without my children living in nursing home's and another 10 months living in a hospital... I feel like a part of me has been stripped away because my kids are my world... I have missed my sons football and lacrosse games, I have managed to make it to some and go fishing with my family ... For two years I have been without a chair and a vehicle to get around in. I would just like to feel alive again and go to my sons games, and go on nature trails with my daughters!!! I did not plan on breaking my neck on a professional trampoline while practicing maneuvers, but it happened... I had an out of body experience while I lay there on the trampoline. I saw all the people who were around me and this overwhelming uncontrollable pulling feeling, I don't know if I was dead yet, or dying... My dad broke his neck when I was 10 years old and we lost our farm. I remember my father talking about in uncontrollable pulling feeling (my dad had just died six weeks before of a massive heart attack before I broke my neck and I just remember saying "pops don't let me orphan these children I'd rather live crippled and I was back in my body) I knew what was happening and I will still say it I will gladly stay in this chair for the rest of my life to keep my kids safe :-)!!! What I'm asking for is a new wheelchair that will let me go places an ordinary chair will not let me go so I can be with my kids, here is the link to the chair that I would like.http://www.tracfab.com/Home_Page.html
I would also love to get a minivan and it does not have to be a new one but used one is fine for me! So I can get out in the world again. I also have outstanding hospital bills to pay for and supplies that I will most likely have to pay for the rest of my life... Even though I'm a quadriplegic I try to still be very independent as I can... I thank you from the bottom of my heart, even if I do not receive anything but your prayers and thoughts I'm still very grateful :-) God bless, Eric Cerra. P.S.