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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Megan makes having a prosthetic look very natural, and sometimes I forget that she has trouble with a few things that I take for granted. I've never worried about walking out of my flip-flops (that's what my toes are for), but for Megan it's a problem. She decided that putting velcro on her foot would solve this problem, and I helped her apply the velcro to her foot and shoe.

 (Her foot is so dirty because she's borrowing it. The foot she has doesn't have a split toe, so she can't wear flip-flops with it.)


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