****EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT**** Did you see it? Did you notice? We have a NEW NAME! We rebranded our blog to accurately reflect what I blog about most often now that #paralysis and #wheelchairlife has become my new normal. We LOVED our Wonderful Wonders name (and always will) but that was during a different phase of […]
I’m going to start by saying “I know I’m not the only person in this situation.” I’m sure everyone & anyone that has physical limitations at some point can relate to not being able to be helpful and/or be physically involved in something. Whether it’s age, illness, temporary injury or, in my case,
I’m so grateful for yesterday! The sun was shinning, the temperatures were comfortable in the low 70’s, with a cool breeze. The morning started out like most Sunday mornings
Can life be more boring? I didn’t think I could be more bored than I have been over the last years since #paralysis became my new normal but I was wrong. On Tuesday, August 4th, my home state of NY, along with many other states along the East Coast, was hit by Tropical Storm Iasis.⛈️
My mind is racing in a million different directions…..where do I start. As you know by now, I’m a #little_person or #person_of_short_stature (a.k.a. #dwarf). What you need to understand is that back in 1960/1961 very little was known about #dwarfism and as a result I have never had any “specialized” care or “specialized” doctors, etc.