About Me

My name is Ryan Lythall and I’m a 35 year old guy living with a physical disability.

I was born in 1975 with a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy called Nemaline Myopathy. When people find out or see that I’m disabled, they usually react before I even get a chance to say anything.

Don’t feel sorry for me or treat me differently. I have a good life. I’m married and keep pretty busy.

I have many hobbies & interests, but you’ll find out about those in time.

This blog will mainly be about my daily life, current events and basically anything that I feel like writing about.

Please don’t hesitate to leave me comments or contact me. I like finding out who reads this and knowing if you enjoy my blog.

Cheers,

Ryan

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Comments
  1. redheadedtomboy says:

    Hey Ryan! I am so glad you stopped by my site. It is nice to meet you. 🙂

  2. ryanlythall says:

    Thanks very much.
    Keep stopping by.

  3. Marcy Epstein says:

    Hey Ryan,

    I just visited your site! I’m part of the Canadian Disability Studies Association, and we’re coming to Ottawa this spring. Maybe we can network some? Lighten things up a bit among the Scholars?

    Best wishes, Marcy

  4. Roberto Guardado says:

    Hey Ryan,

    Glad to see that you are keeping up with the times.
    I see that you still get up really early with the sound of the lunch time horn!!! LOL

    Keep up your spirits and we might bump into you on CANADA DAY!!!

    Please say HELLO to the wife for me.

  5. Ian says:

    way to be Ryan , hey I got 2 artificial legs and type with my thumbs. I have set off airport alarms all over the world but I have seen a lot . Hey I may walk funny and be missing a few parts but I have lived!

  6. JW says:

    Come out to a club show sometime, I hope to change your mind! 🙂

  7. Shannon says:

    Keep up the great work – you are an inspiration!

  8. Peggy says:

    Saw your info in IYT. I have terminal cancer and most times deal with it pretty
    well. I would like to say that I find your blog so inspirational. It reminds peole that
    deal with a difficult path like we do, should always make the best of it.
    The work that you are doing to make things accesible will be appreciated by many.
    You and your wife, obviously have a great relationship and I wish you years and years
    of happiness.

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