Kevin Taylor broke his leg thirteen years ago. While the injury isn’t uncommon, Kevin’s healing process was. He contracted a nerve disorder called RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy). Kevin’s doctor called it the worst case of RSD he had seen. Then, in 2009, the unthinkable happened: because of the nerve disorder, Kevin’s leg had to be amputated, leaving him bound to a wheelchair.
When he met his future wife. It was love at first sight for both of them. So he decided to propose, Kevin says that she looked at him like he wasn’t even in a wheelchair. During the ceremony, after the guests had all arrived and the bride had entered the room, the priest said, "please stand." Shocked, tears roll down his bride-to-be’s face as she sees the love of her life standing for the first time since she’s met him.
Kevin had been preparing for this moment for months, working relentlessly to learn how to walk with his prosthetic, despite the pain caused by his illness. He had to strengthen all of his atrophied muscles to keep himself upright, just so he could look his wife in the eyes as they took their wedding vows! Blogged by @three_letter_words