Paralyzed after an accident in August, junior’s life is forever changed
ATLANTA — Michael Hoog unscrewed the cap of a Gatorade and placed the opening of the bottle on his son’s lower lip.
Sitting in his wheelchair, bundled up in a black stocking cap and Baltimore Orioles Snuggie, Tyler struggled to get his head into the right angle to take a sip of his favorite drink.
“Dad, you need to tip it back more,” Tyler said.
“Oh, sorry, bud,” Michael replied.
To even get to this point of the day required a series of difficult tasks. Continue Reading »