The anchor hanging on the back of columnist Matthew Lafleur’s wheelchair is more than just a misplaced Christmas ornament, it’s a reminder of the amazing friendships and community he’s found as a person living with Freidreich’s ataxia. Click here to read more from Matthew.
Do you have any trinkets or symbols that you keep with you daily? If you do, what do they symbolize to you?
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