As many of you may know I decided to create this short film. It was the brain child of a 10pm caffeine filled exhausted me. I had spent the day chasing little people (two children under the age of too). I babysit for my siblings more often than not. I don’t have any children of … More The Documentary And The Reasons Why| Socially Unexpected Normal
After I made my negativity video, I wanted to explore some ideas on how to combat that. I did notice that people both in my personal life and on line have a negative mindset about life, weather it be disability related or not. So here is the first video in how to remove that negativity and be … More Comfort Zones: Confessions of A Wheelchair User
We need to end negativity and live the life we are given.
I have been seeing the Cerebral Palsy tag float around Youtube. This is why I will never do this Tag.
I have found throw out the years that if have a physical disability you not going to blend in. You can fall into the shadows or stereotypes but not blend in. People then start to assuming who you are, why not show them who you truly are. So put yourself out there.
Inspire, create and live are three simple things everyone should live by. Money is not going to by you happiness, sure it will probably make it easier, After all we are only human. If you have ever heard the song “The Dash” by Scotty McCreery you will understand that it is the time we have on … More Inspire, Create, & Live
This last weekend left me with and interesting view point on this weeks topic of the group am apart of. You, see I went back to Bemidji. I spent some time with a few of my friends that still live there. Yep, I have friends. I found myself enjoying Saturday and not Friday. It … More Friendship 101
The more I think about it, the more I realize am me. I have decide to become part of this Youtube collaboration. There should be a new video from a different person. My day is Wednesday. My first video is not the best quality I understand that, that is what happens when you tape it … More Different Perspectives, Different Views