As a result of a tragic automobile accident, my sister Wyndi McDonald suffered a spinal cord injury, and she was left a paraplegic and amputee. Wyndi has no feeling or use of her body from the waist down, and her amputation unfortunately left her with one leg and a partial hip. Wyndi is now faced with many physical and emotional challenges, and her accident has left her with many obstacles. Wyndi works very hard to overcome these obstacles, despite her injuries. She is very social and loves to stay active. She even aspires to renew her driver’s license and once again learn how to drive a car. This will not only help Wyndi regain some of her independence, but will allow her to return to a career and resume an active and productive life.
Those who know Wyndi, will ensure that she does not let her disability get her down. Through all of her medical struggles, she remains positive and has an optimistic outlook on life. She never puts a limit on what she is capable of — the only thing holding her back from living an independent life is the expense of the equipment, specialized ramp, automobile and home modifications to do so.
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May 7, 2015
Praying for you sister. God has a plan for you to help others.
May 2, 2015
Wyndi, where should I begin? We've seen and done it all, and through it all, you shared your love and laughter that I will cherish the rest of my life. You are an AMAZING young lady that deserves nothing but the best! I adore you and you are forever in my thoughts and prayers...I love you!
April 30, 2015
Wyndi is one of the best people that I know. Her enthusiasm for life is far greater than anyone I have ever met and her mere presence will always leave you smiling. Being able to call her my friend is one of life's rewards.
April 30, 2015
Wyndi is one of the most independent, inspiring women I know. She has overcome obstacles that others would never even try. She has been there for me through the tuff times, and I pray we can see each other the good so. I will do what I can...I love you