Tag Archives: Recreation

Enjoying my favourite parts of summer

Thanks for sticking with me while I took a break from the blog for July. It got me thinking about summer in general, and summers past more accurately. So I am curious some of your favorite ways to spend your … Continue reading

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My Experiences with Audible.com

For those of you that were wondering, I signed up for the free trial of audible.com. And so far I love it. Because of the free trial, I got to free books and the audio quality is fantastic. if you … Continue reading

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Self Perception

I realized that I related to the world differently then my peers when I was quite young. This isn’t something to cause others to feel sorry for me about, it stems from the fact that my general life experiences are … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget Your Times of Respite

I am already in summer mode and I know I’ve written about this topic before but it is something that as “a special needs child” myself I feel it important to remind everyone! It wasn’t until I was in my … Continue reading

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Horseback Riding for Gym Class

From 1993 through 1997 I would travel once a week from my school to a local riding stable where I’d spend my morning riding horses,  to then return to school for an afternoon of normal classes if you like my … Continue reading

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Themes Parks And Taking Your Special Needs Family

In a perfect world I would still most likely be labeled as disabled: but I can’t lie, there are some things I wish were vastly different. the tight muscles make the every day task some days harder than others. if you … Continue reading

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Thanks For Giving Me The Gift Of Wings

When I was a teenager, I was the local Easter seals ambassador. I would give speeches and act as the voice for families receiving support from the Easter Seal Society. It was through giving these speeches that I would meet … Continue reading

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I Dream Of A Trip

This past September an acquaintance did something I could dream of. He took a road trip and made parts of the world that were otherwise to a wheelchair user deemed inaccessible, and saw the world regardless. if you like my … Continue reading

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Summer Camp Isn’t Just For The Kids

I am not a parent, but I am the child with the disability. My own experience I would guess rings true for many families who have a child with a disability: you know, where you are on-call for your child … Continue reading

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