Category Archive: Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Stronger

By: Connor Lenahan I got an email earlier today from one of my doctors who has been looking after my Osteogenesis Imperfecta for a while now. Inside said email was some of the… Continue reading

Everything I Am

By: Connor Lenahan Earlier this afternoon I was shuffling through my iTunes and I came across something that always hits me. There’s a song by Kanye West on his 2007 album Graduation called… Continue reading

Escaping Cabin Fever

By: Connor Lenahan I did not leave my bed until 5PM today. It was magical. Boston University was granted a day off by the Greek god of snow Frosty the Snowman. By hammering… Continue reading

I Am Iron Man

By: Connor Lenahan As many of you know, last spring I broke my left tibia and fibula with just over a week of high school left. I’ve written at length about the break… Continue reading

I Hate Snow

By: Connor Lenahan When it became a reality that I would be moving five hours north of my parents to Boston, they understandably were worried. I have Osteogenesis Imperfecta after all. I’m fragile… Continue reading

Revelations

By: Connor Lenahan This past October, I went to go see Drake at the TD Garden in Boston. Early in the show, he played “Crew Love” off of Take Care. The notable part… Continue reading

The Best News I’ve Gotten In A Long, Long Time

By: Connor Lenahan Tonight, after 74 days spent in my leg cast, I can thankfully report that I have received the all clear from my doctors to have my cast removed. I’m not… Continue reading

It is What it Is

By: Connor Lenahan You really learn to just let life run its course when you are in my position. You never really know what is going to happen, and you sure as hell… Continue reading