I entered my first ski race at age 10, while I was still on chemo. I was the only one-legged skier.
After the Paralympics, I won the Body-for-Life contest. (And yes, this picture is real).
Speaking at the White House to raise money for the Combined Federal Campaign. I know, I know, my expression is ridiculous. But it's the only photo I have from that speech.
When I lost my hair from the chemotherapy, 18 of my friends shaved their heads in my backyard.
I was nervous for the first few turns of giant slalom at the Paralympics. Come to think of it, I was nervous the whole way down the mountain.
That's me finishing the race in front of 4,000 people in Turino. My Mom took this photo.
I was featured on the back of a Doritos Bag for being the founder of www.LessThanFour.org. I found this particular bag on the sidewalk in DC. I felt really good about myself because not only was my face on a Doritos Bag, I was cleaning up the streets by taking it with me.
Signing autographs after a speech in Arlington, Virginia.
I was photographed with Mandy Moore in the celebrity tabloid OK! magazine.