Tell Me!

Today, I have been getting many email’s on blog entries, concerning learning disabilities. These blog entries are from other peoples blogs. One by one, I have been reading through them all.  And I am affected and effected by the things I have read.

You see, I have come a long way, and have triumphed over many of my life’s challenges as a person with Cerebral Palsy and a learning disability, but in this area, on my website, I have had trouble creating the kind of environment I think you would like. I have not been successfully able to engage or get other people with any kind of a disability to reach out to me, let alone communicate to me or my web site to share their feelings and thoughts.

Can you tell me what I am missing, or what I need to get beyond this point?

I am not sure why- but I realize that I can’t do it alone anymore, and that is why I am writing this entry.  I really would like to hear from you; as I need your  help.  I really need your input as I would like to create a special place for all of you to come  and, to interact with me, as well as others like ourselves!  I want this to be a place where you feel safe and comfortable.  I want this to be a place where you can let your hair down and be yourself!

Without any doubt or hesitation, I would like this place, to be a place where people from all over the world can come and share their feelings and stories:>)  It doesn’t matter what type of disability you have, because I feel we all have something to, give, share, and say!  I truly feel we can all make that difference.  We all can make this a better place for one-another, one person at a time, and touch peoples lives in the process.

I have searched my heart and soul, and have geared my entire life to helping others with physical disabilities. I have given unconditionally in all ways, and in all phases of my life.  Step by step I have tried to inspire, and to help motivate.  However, I am stumped, and am at a road block. I really could use your support and input.  As I would like to turn this problem around. Thus, I am writing and asking you for help.  I am reaching out to you by writing this blog.

I have tried in a number of different ways to get this message out, but have been un-successful in the process.  This time, I am hoping the response will be different.  So won’t you say hi:>)

I am hoping upon hope that I will here from you and receive an entry to this writing.  I would love to chat with you, and read your blog entries, your email’s, and your comments.  I  sincerely would like the opportunity to meet you, and talk with you!  I would like the chance to discuss ways to improve this area  and my site-  I like it to come alive-  I would love to have the pleasure to meet you, and get to know you, and see what life has been like for you, living with a disability.

Perhaps, if we are all willing to share our stories with one-another, we can truly help make this a better place for all concerned!  I genuinely believe this, and welcome all who are reading these entries.  I greet you alI to come and say hello, and introduce yourself to me. I will warmly be waiting to answer your messages!

With kind regards,



You may have C.P. and or a learning disability, or be a parent and family member who has a child, a sibling, or even be a cousin, or a aunt or uncle with a niece or nephew with some kind of physical impairment.  Some-how, some-way, you have been touched by someone in your life or someone you’ve met.  Thus, I welcome everyone…

Moreover, I welcome everyone else!  It does not matter if you have Polio, Scoliosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Scleroses, ADD, Developmental Disability, or any other disability I did not mention, as you are all individuals with feelings and emotions.  We all have hopes and dreams which we’d like to accomplish,, and areas that we’d like to grow and work through.  We feel like every other human being on this earth, but we are looked at differently.  So let’s change this!    Maybe, just maybe this would be the right place to do just that.

Won’t you consider helping me? I’d love to connect with you personally:>))))))))

One comment on “Tell Me!
  1. Rudy Sims says:

    Hello Karen I’m slowly making my way through your blog reading every entry starting from the first one. I just read this entry and I’m sorry you’re had such a hard time connecting with other people with disabilities through this site over the years. I hope my efforts to publicize some of your articles from this blog on my social network and my other disability related websites will help you connect with more people and gain more readers for this blog and your writing in general. Congratulations on all your past and present success best wishes, sincerely, Rudy Sims

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