The News Tribune: Gig Harbor resident Blunk makes Team USA wheelchair basketball Paralympic squad Megan Blunk became paralyzed from the waist down after a motorcycle crash in 2008 She has battled depression her whole life Making the USA team has driven her over the past seven years Megan Blunk will be playing for the U.S. … Continue reading Gig Harbor resident Blunk makes Team USA wheelchair basketball Paralympic squad
U.S. Paralympics: BY NICHOLAS OLIVIER | AUG 28, 2013, 10:00 PM ET On Day 1 of the ParaCanoe World Championships, Megan Blank won two silver medals. Megan Blunk (Lakebay, Wash.) has the mark of any elite athlete – always striving for better. After winning two silver medals on Day 1 of her first ParaCanoe World Championships in Duisburg, Germany, … Continue reading On Day 1 of the ParaCanoe World Championships, Megan Blank won two silver medals.
May 17, 2013 My first Tattoo When I was in the nursing home after my accident, I had lost thirty pounds and felt like I was covered in scars and all around ruined as a person. I used to look down at my scar on my arm and tell myself that one day this is going … Continue reading My First Tattoo
June 15, 2009 I want everything…and nothing at the same time. I have never felt as alone as I do right now…and I did yesterday…and the day before… It’s almost as if I am unable to care about anything anymore. I am the same in every way, every moment. Monotonously getting by. I go … Continue reading Sadness
May 3, 2009 Current mood: blessed On July 20th of last summer, I was in a forever life changing motorcycle accident. In the accident I broke four ribs, collapsed my right lung, had a stick go through my knee and a stick go through my ankle, shredded the skin off my right shin, broke my … Continue reading Some things I went through.
September 10th, 2008 Out of everything I went through- my life changing moment happened 2 months after the accident when I finally got to go home for one night, after the 4 weeks in the hospital, one month in the nursing home, and the night before my 3 ½ weeks of rehab back at the … Continue reading Life Changing Moment