Category Archive: Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Let’s Talk About The Chair

By: Connor Lenahan Even though theres a decent chance that if you see me in person you’ll see me in the chair I don’t like to focus on it too much. That isn’t… Continue reading

The Most Unreal Moment of My Athletic Career

By: Connor Lenahan For the second straight summer I got to play softball with my friends and coworkers from Boston University, mainly in the Student Activities office. Unlike last year we were an… Continue reading

Advanced Stupid

  By: Connor Lenahan By now it should be fairly apparent that I am kind of an idiot. I’m not saying I’m completely beyond saving – at least I hope so – but… Continue reading

2 Years, No Breaks

By: Connor Lenahan Two years ago I fell down. It’s weird to put it like that, but it’s exactly what happened – simple as that. I tripped and fell and the course of… Continue reading

NESN Next Producers

By: Connor Lenahan Last July I was approached by three girls – Brittney Badduke, Christina Beiene, and Kaley Roberts – to take part in a video project for a student filmmaking competition for… Continue reading

500 Days

Today is a day I have been working towards for more than a year. My original inspiration for Unbreakable, outside of a desire to do some blogging as a way to keep my… Continue reading

The Great Wheelchair Caper of 2014

By: Connor Lenahan It’s kind of crazy how quickly time goes by. It feels incredibly recent that I had to post on Unbreakable that my wheelchair was taken. However, that was on Marathon… Continue reading

Winnie the Pooh

By: Connor Lenahan I’m a sentimental person by nature. I am a part of the generation that logs onto websites like BuzzFeed daily to look at listicles detailing all the parts of my… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Last summer I got a message from Brittney Badduke with a proposition for a project. She wanted to enter, along with her friends Christina Beiene and Kaley Roberts, the NESN… Continue reading

The Bridge

By: Connor Lenahan You see a street. I see the most beautiful sight that my eyes have ever witnessed. This photo, taken just a short while ago on the Boston University Bridge that… Continue reading