An open letter
Her story. My Story. Our story
Jesmine Doidge (Burhof) a scaffolder going to work on October 27th 2017, independent mother of Spencer aged 5 who is her pride and joy. Black ice changed both their lives into something else entirely, Jesmine hit ice and rolled repeatedly until it ejected her from the car. She was found and helicoptered to the Regina General where she was treated for her injuries. We were not sure whether or not she would be alive, let alone walk at the time. Later we found out she was paralyzed from the waste down, and given little hope of ever walking again.
Broken back, spine, almost every rib, wrist, and elbow. The only thing on Jesmine’s mind... when can I go back to work? After all she has Spencer to think of and take care of.
The doctor had given the news “you have 1 in a million chance to walk again” her first thought I can’t run and catch my boy, i can’t play with him like I used to her response, “that 1 will be me”
This is to those who would like to help with Jesmine’s quest. Her goal is to go to first steps, this program helps those whom are learning or trying to walk again.
She is a fighter so please help her fight to get back on her feet! Anything and everything helps. Thank you.
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