Category Archive: Osteogenesis Imperfecta

4 Years, 0 Breaks

By: Connor Lenahan I jinxed myself. I had an idea for what I would put on my cap for graduation sometime over the past few months, and the thought alone made me convinced… Continue reading

Maurice Watson Gambled On Himself And Won

By: Connor Lenahan During Monday’s Creighton-Xavier game, Maurice Watson Jr. banged knees with a Xavier defender and collapsed in pain. After spending a few minutes on the bench, Mo returned to the game.… Continue reading

Finding a Chair-Friendly Fitness Tracker

By: Connor Lenahan Like many others, I thought the Apple Watch was a bit silly when it was first announced. It seemed like the first product that the company had released that seemed… Continue reading

Three Years, No Breaks

By: Connor Lenahan Today’s anniversary shouldn’t really be possible. By nature of my bone condition, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, I am more likely to break a bone than normal. I’ve broken a shin on bubble… Continue reading

The Big Time

By: Connor Lenahan Yesterday, in the course of maybe five minutes, went from a lazy day avoiding the imminent snow to one of the biggest days of my career as a public address… Continue reading

The 2015 Unbreakable Tournament

By: Connor Lenahan I’m not quite sure how we got to this point, but at midnight tonight I will have published an article on Unbreakable every day for two full years. Holy Shit.… Continue reading

The Little Things Matter

By: Connor Lenahan As you can see above, I wear two leg braces every day. Thanks to broken lower legs suffered in 2009 and 2013 I wear the braces for a couple of… Continue reading

My Stand Up Debut

By: Connor Lenahan Last night at long last I got to do stand up at the Flat Waffle Comedy Hour and it went surprisingly well. Like, people laughed and everything! It was terrific,… Continue reading

Please Retire, Peyton

By: Connor Lenahan As of yesterday Peyton Manning now holds the NFL records for passing touchdowns and passing yards. He is a Hall of Fame member already, and will likely be voted in… Continue reading

Why I Write

I want to tell you a story. When I was a junior in high school I was your normal sports obsessed teenager. Not anything particularly weird about it. I would watch SportsCenter every… Continue reading