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Dusting with Independence

How many of you reading these articles of mine, have had difficulty picking up trash from a dust pan after cleaning your floor?  It’s easy, one would think.  Right?  Wrong!  Actually not!  Think about it.  For many years, decades to

Making Health Food Shakes In the Rain

What do you do on a raining afternoon when it’s cold outside besides sitting in front of the fireplace, dappering at the computer,  talking to a close friend, listening to music, watching a good movies, giving oneself a facial, and

Changing Attitudes, Changing Minds!

In my last article, I wrote about people bullying others. Well today, my dear readers, I am going to take this topic a step further.  I am going to expand and give more detail about how this thinking applies in

The Priceless Penny

Isn’t it interesting, that still, in today’s society, we find indentations and grooves chiseled out in our expansive society which tries to prevent and stop our disabled population, our seniors, our financially limited person, and the less affluent from truly


The other day, I wrote an article that mentioned some tools that I use personally to maneuver through life.  One of the tools I use is to focus.  I think about something of interest.  Something I want to put my

Maneuvering Through Life With a Disability

Have you ever thought about how you personally maneuver through life’s experiences?  Have you ever given it much thought at all?  Are you positive?  Do you make things positive and have a good attitude and turn life’s negative situations or

Driving With Hand Controls and Maneuvering Confidently

Back when I was in high school, I remember taking a drivers ed class.  I was thrilled and nervous because I was going to be able to drive a car just like my mother, and sister, despite my Cerebral Palsy. 

Making Peace with Your Past

Have you ever been awaken from a deep sleep only to have some experience or thought  from the past starring you in the face?  Didn’t you think you’d got rid of what ever was haunting you long time ago, or

What Help’s You to Smile and Be Happy?

For the past two weeks, I have been facing many effaceable emotions.  They have been as deep, and as painful  as I can ever remember.  However, I kept reaching out for something that would soothe my soul.  Something that was

Feeding Time

Every morning around 7 a.m. I am awaken by  my loving furry friends.  It is either Patches kissing me on the face, my sweet  Siamese wanting to snuggle under the blankie’s, on mama’s chest, or my recent striped 6 month