We Don’t All Put Our Pants on the Same Way


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18 Responses to We Don’t All Put Our Pants on the Same Way

  1. BrianKSr says:

    You’re doing great! Maybe one day we’ll meet….life is full of surprises so never know 🙂

  2. Steve Bachner says:

    Hi Ursula-

    Looks like your moving right along!! I should have you do a educational video for my curly haired clients that don’t know how to do their own hair styling!!! Loved the extra effort you went through to work all the lift product all the way down to your roots!!! Peeople just don’t get thta to build a house, you need to build a good foundation!! You got it down!!

    I am extremely intrigued by everything that goes into putting on your leg, much more involved than i would otherwise have imagined!! The skin prep and especially the anti bacterial measures of keeping healthy tissue inside a non breathing sleeve all day, could be a hot bed of bad bacteria that could really damage your good healthy tissue in your leg. I am impressed!

    You most assuredly are on your way to getting back out on the road again!! Now you need to start watching the Full Throttle Saloon shows on TV. I have seen numerous individuals who have come back from handicaps and amputations to ride yet again! There are many ways to get back on the bike dear and this show is a good resource to see what all is available to you!! I even saw a trike that was being build on American Chopper that had a platform for a wheelchair to ride up a drop down ramp and lock into place and then all the shifting and such was all hand operated. And of course there are always the Can Am style bikes.

    Well, I am off to the Pheasant Run Bike Show this weekend, where I first got to meet you in person last year. I will miss the Hug upon arrival this year, but hopefully you will be available in the future.
    I will think of you fondly as I wander the show and hopefully get to give Dan Nolan a hard time… just for funs sake that is!!

    Stay well and keep on doing what you are doing girl, I hope the new foot gives you more flexibility and a more comfortable stride that will be easier on your remaining leg. Keep up the great work and I will be in touch again soon!!


    • The BROAD says:

      Thanks Steve. So funny… You’re the second comment on the hair. I’m laughing. I pride myself on being dressed and ready in 3 songs or less. I do appreciate hearing from you. Enjoy the show and I’ll be back around periodically. I’ve seen Full Throttle a time or two. There are lots of amps still riding, I will join the ranks ASAP. Hugs baby!!!

  3. Laurie says:

    Love and miss you!

  4. Chele says:

    You are truly an inspiration! Here’s hoping you get to ride very soon! Oh, and you have kick-ass hair!!

  5. Larry Christian says:

    WOW—BROAD, ya got quite a story, but ya gotta get away from that half Harley thing known as a sportster. When ya start ridin’ again, get yerself a full size hawg. Will look for ya down the road.

    • The BROAD says:

      Thanks Larry. My Sporty was what I could afford then and she gave me over 67,000 miles of smiles on 2.5 seasons. A big girl bike would be swell. Gotta see what the budget allows.

  6. Skippy says:

    Keep up the good work. Your my hero 🙂 Waiting to see who win the contest 🙂

  7. Mc7 says:

    Btw, been meaning to mention (since ya ride a sportster) a great forum to check out. Xlforum.net I’m a member there. Lots of great guys and gals. Along with a world of info on sportsters.

    • The BROAD says:

      Well that sounds great but unfortunately my bike did not come back to life like I did. I’m sure some of her parts are circulating somewhere, but she was damaged beyond repair.

  8. Steve stoyke says:

    outstanding idea, This is a huge bennifit to our comunities, Many many folks have no idea the time and effort to simply show up in main stream society it takes. Thank you for this. steve

    • The BROAD says:

      Thanks Steve. My friends and followers always wanted to know how I do this that and the other thing. The videos have been popular and people do realize now what it takes. Thanks for following along.

  9. Mc7 says:

    Just curious how’s the pain level now? For instance, for several weeks after my knee surgery, i couldn’t stand for even the bed sheet to touch. I like what you said about getting of all meds. I agree. I’ve never been one to take meds. Always scared I’d get addicted to them. So i used as few pain killers as possible. Of course, maybe that’s why I had such a hard time with things touching it??? Have a great day and thanks for making my last break at work the best one 🙂

    • The BROAD says:

      Hey there. I don’t have too bad of pain anymore. I call it aggravation really. The missing foot always throbs and burns. Hope that fades over time, I think it will. And yeah, the narcotics had me all messed up in my belly and head. I feel everything more intently now, but at least I have my brain back. Glad you enjoyed the video and thanks for your question. I love when people really interact. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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