I just met this amazing young boy here on wordpress.  I wanted to share his story with all of you but I could not find the reblog feature on his wp page.  Here is the link,


Me With My Pet Goat



I was born with Phocomelia which means I don’t have much in the way of limbs. I have a little stump (I call it an arm) for my right arm and I have a little left leg that doesn’t have a femur only a shin bone. I have two toes on that foot.

I am very clever on computer and I love playing games instead of schoolwork. I have a game called CLAW which is a sidesscrolling game and it has 14 levels but I am only up to level 3 at the minute.

I speak English very good and write it too, by holding a pen or pencil in my teeth and mouth. Mummy is typing this as I tell her what to write because she wont let me go on her laptop – I have to use my own, which is her old one.

I have to go now and I am hoping that I can come to the UK soon as it’s been 2 months since we asked for a passport and the third time altogether. I hope I get my passport.Please pray that I get it soon so that I can go to school and learn some new things in that good country and so can I tell the people there all about the wonderful country I was born in and am from. It has many beautiful places, wonderful animals and friendly people. I hope we can all become good friends and visit each other and learn about each others culture.

Thank you  from Tony

7 Responses to “Tony”

  1. Penny L Howe Says:

    Thank you for sharing Ivonne. appreciate it very much! A special boy indeed, I just spent some time at his blog!

  2. ramblingsfromamum Says:

    Thank you for the share, my what strength and courage this little one has. I put myself back into my box whinging about being out of work… xx

    • Sex, Spirit, Soul Mates and Chocolate....Ivonne's Journey Says:

      It does doesn’t it when you see stories like this. Kind of puts it all into perspective. I thought he was amazing–but I don’t think the blog is active

  3. Alastair Says:

    What an impressive boy. Makes us realise that even those worse off than us have a reason to smile and to be thankful. Thank you for sharing this inspirational post.

  4. terry1954 Says:

    thanks for sharing. I checked out his blog. He is amazing

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