When things eventually go back to normal, when this curve starts to flatten but the virus is still out there, those who are at high risk are being asked to be the sacrifice. Currently, we are giving up our appointments, our care, our medications. But the world will be asked to eventually return to normalContinue reading “We are not expendable”
At the beginning of the month, I had my article published about a police officer harassing me about my handicap placard. I had so many comments some good and a lot of hate. I had a couple in particular that got to me. They said something like, you need to write about the good and you are so full of spite and anger you need to spread positivity. Here’s the thing I think it’s great to be positive but spreading positivity doesn’t start change. Being your inspiration porn is not my goal.
October is National Disability Employment Month. This awareness is near and dear to me for many reasons. Not only do I have a disability of my own but I also worked for many years with adults with developmental and physical disabilities get jobs. This year the #ndeam theme is “the right talent, right now.” Although, I thinkContinue reading “National Disability Employment Month”
Handicap spaces are slowly being taken up by “pick up/take out only” spaces or reserved for those who are only at the store for couple minutes.
There is something about surgery that changes you. Maybe it’s the trauma maybe it’s the anesthesia. Does it depend on the kind of surgery you have that depends on how you change. Is it a chemical balance? I don’t know all I know is that I was different.
Lately I have been dealing with health issues and a long with it big decisions. * I’ve spent much of my life in doctors offices. I’ve found the most frustrating time is when doctors take one look at you, listen to a couple of symptoms and decide what you have already and what you needContinue reading “Upon Meeting My Doctor For The Second Time”