Monthly Archives: December 2012

Tendon and Hamstring Lengthening Surgery

I think I was about four when I had my first major surgery. The surgery was a tendon / hamstring lengthening procedure. It worked. It has truly allowed for better range of motion. I don’t remember much from life before … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on the Breville Oven

So our verdict with the Breville oven for a first attempt is that it is perfect. We made chocolate chip cookies, and I took a picture of them. Baked perfectly! if you like my content why not help me out … Continue reading

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The Conclusion to the Countertop Oven Debate

If you read this blog regularly, you will remember some weeks ago that my roommate had me ask on her behalf about counter top ovens She wanted one she could bake a cake in if you like my content why … Continue reading

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The Small Things that Make Life Somewhat Easier for People with Disabilities

This is a sponsored post by Ron Taylor of SignCollection.com. There are many things that can help make life easier for people with disabilities. Among those things are changes that should be made by establishments to help give people with … Continue reading

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Holiday Word Scramble # 2

word scramble for the second signed Justin Hines cd first person to name this holiday song and leave it in the comments will get the cd if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing … Continue reading

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Believing Everyone Has a Story

When I began blogging I was seeking to find my place in the online world – to find my voice. Sure I can write, but can’t anyone? When I realized that it wasn’t solely about my joy and ability to … Continue reading

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What I Learned Growing Up In Canadian Winters

Canadian winters means: snow, cold temperatures, and for me an internal coldness for me. The thing that goes hand-in-hand with that is tight muscles. This realization means that I learned my personal limits and to listen to my body. if … Continue reading

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Holiday Word Scramble #1

This is the first of two holiday word scrambles the second will be on the Dec 25 the first person to comment with the correct answer gets one of the Justin Hines CD which I had signed by him! if … Continue reading

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Skating on the Frozen Pond

One of my earliest school memories was the field trips to the local ice rink where my classmates would spend the day skating. I was allowed on the ice in my wheelchair. As much as I enjoyed being pushed around … Continue reading

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Making the Holiday Season Accessible to All

It is a challenge during the holiday season to overcome barriers because of disability. A lot of holiday festivities are held in private homes of family and friends. This can present an obstacle because many people’s homes are not accessible. … Continue reading

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