I was on the way to the file room when I took a corner too fast and actually ran into this very handsome man in a suit. Not so much because I ran into him, but when I did, my right foot actually came off the footrest, knocking my shoe off.
Not having any feeling in my legs or feet I didn’t know my shoe was off until I noticed the man kept looking down. They like to see how a handicapped girl moves her legs with her hands getting out of a car, and things like that. After the man noticed my red face, he quickly looked away, fumbling around reaching for my shoe. He looked so cute now blushing just as much as I was.
Most men say I’m attractive but are not interested in dating paraplegic girls or dating wheelchair girls in general.
I guess it’s just hard for some men to commit to a relationship with a handicapped girl.
I’ve learned to use my leg braces pretty well and walk with a swing through gait.
That means I put both forearm crutches out in front of me and swing both legs through the middle.
I’ve have long flowing hair over a pretty face and large breasts over a tiny waist.
My ample breasts are my best feature so I like to show them off a little with a tight blouse.
Now most everyone has seen my legs of course, but I realized at that moment no one at work has ever seen my bare feet. Being in a wheelchair we are a bit more vulnerable.
I have all kinds of shoes from athletic shoes to sandals for the summer.
My favorites though are the high heels I wear at work. My right leg is also a little shorter than my left one, another part of my disability.
My right leg just stopped growing when I was about 13 and my left leg continued to grow until I was about 17.
It’s really not that much difference, but to make up for it most of my shoes have a built-up sole on the right side, and are one size smaller since that foot is smaller.