I hope you find this story encouraging and inpsiring.
(Lindsey Bauman/The Hutchinson News) A year after a motorcycle accident left 35-year-old Brandon Hildebrand paralyzed, he continues to work at becoming stronger. Hildebrand attributes the progress he has made in the past 12 months to his wife, Wendy.
Accident reshapes life
PAIN AND PROGRESS
By Kathy HAnks - The Hutchinson News - firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandon and Wendy Hildebrand made lots of plans in their four years of marriage.
But, one thing they never planned was that when they headed off on a Memorial Day weekend trip last May, Brandon would return a paraplegic.
But, that's what happened. In a matter of seconds their lives were changed forever.
Now a year after the motorcycle accident that left the 35-year-old Brandon paralyzed, he continues to work at becoming stronger. And since then the couple has learned even the best laid plans often lead in a different direction.
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