As I was strapped into my electrical stimulation bike while simultaneously lifting weights I had my Bluetooth snuggly positioned into my ear listening to my “Rock it Out” music to keep my motivation over that … Read the rest
Being disabled and a woman I get lots of questions, most of them from complete strangers who have no regard for my feelings and purely want to satiate their curiosity. More often than not, they are what … Read the rest
My wheelchair replaces my legs because they retired in 2003. I rely on it for 100% of my daily mobility. THERE IS NO REPLACEMENT FOR MY WHEELCHAIR. Time to pee? Not without my wheelchair. Time … Read the rest
“I’m sorry, thank you so much.” The words slip out of my mouth like water, naturally flowing out to the strangers I just asked to move. The bar is crowded tonight. All I wanted was … Read the rest
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Sex. The one thing every adult has spent hours fretting over. I am no exception. I had a spinal cord injury after I was an … Read the rest
As the year comes to an end, I cannot describe in less than a dozen pages the whirlwind of thoughts that bombard my head every day, trying to come to grips with letting go and … Read the rest