I don’t know what to write about today so I am going to keep this short as I am typing this I am watching Victoria day fireworks light up the sky.
Happy Good Friday all and Easter weekend I hope you find yourself with a rest filled weekend before you. For the kids Easter is about hunting for chocolate. But have you ever tried to do that from a wheelchair? It’s … Continue reading
In honour of Valentine’s Day I thought I would share a family Valentines tradition from when I was a child.
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
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
Parents when picking out toys for your kids with disabilities what do you look for in a toy?
Being Canadian I don’t come close to saying I understand the Black Friday thing.
As you will see if you read to the end of this post I have some special exciting news but first I wanted to say something.
I decided to write this as a way to say happy Mother’s Day weekend all. Spend some time this weekend enjoying family life. Just because it’s Mother’s day weekend shouldn’t change how you interact in terms of family life but … Continue reading
A milk chocolate Easter Bunny. (Photo credit:Image by Evan-Amos via Wikipedia) As I type this it’s Thursday and I’ve just returned from the mall. The main reason for the trip for us, that is my roommate and I. Was to … Continue reading