Thinking back to my childhood I recall playing the “what do you want to be when you grow up” game with other kids. My answer was always a resounding “mermaid.” The water has always been … Read the rest
If you get married in your early 20’s I’m sure life after marriage, especially newlywed life, is comprised of sex, unicorns, and rainbows! However, I think when you get married in your mid 30’s or … Read the rest
As the 30 minute mark passed while waiting on hold for Blue Cross and Blue Shield my mind started to wander. I opened up an old hard drive of my mother’s with photos spanning back … Read the rest
They say it takes a village to raise a well-rounded child. While this may not be the case in the modern times we live in, in the past, an entire community would watch out … Read the rest
I preface this blog by stating it is written from my personal and dozens of other spinal cord injury folk’s perspectives with respect to … Read the rest
I am often asked how I fell in love with my boyfriend and many folks are generally shocked when I tell them the reality … Read the rest
“Work hard and play harder” was my general life motto before my injury in 2010 leaving me a C6 quadriplegic.
I have always been full of life, managed to laugh uncontrollably even while stuck in … Read the rest