Growing Up with Death

Growing up with Death sounds so weird, right? How can I possibly grow up with Death, something that is the total opposite? But that's how I feel. Death has been in my life since I was in kindergarten. … [Read more...]

The White House Made Me Sick

My friends, I write about my White House trip  as if I were sitting across the table from you at our favorite hang out spot. You get to pick it. I could write this in so many different ways but … [Read more...]

Quality is a Priceless Gift

Yesterday was my birthday which I consider my personal New Year's Day.  Every year I celebrate it. This year I did something different. One week prior to my DAY, I stayed away from social media and … [Read more...]

No Resolutions, Only Solutions

I'm welcoming more solutions and discarding the notion of resolutions. Will you join me? Do you give yourself resolutions and then stop them? Better yet, do you read a gazillion blog posts about … [Read more...]

Welcoming Challenges in 2015

Happy New Year! I wish you many challenges in life. No. I haven't been drinking. In fact, I'm writing this post one week from the day you read it. This past year has been full of challenges. It's … [Read more...]

Jon Morrow from Boost Blog Traffic

Almost two years ago, I met Jon Morrow at NMX in Las Vegas. He was the only speaker at the conference with a physical disability yet, he doesn't write or speak about living with Muscular Dystrophy. It … [Read more...]

Bobby Flay Mends My Broken Heart

  Last Thursday, Anthony and I went back to the scene of the crime, Bobby’s Burger Palace. You can read all about the day Bobby Flay broke my heart here on this  link. With your help, our … [Read more...]

Bobby Flay Broke My Heart and Maybe the Law

Let me say this is one of the saddest posts I have ever written. I’m a huge Bobby Flay fan. Recently, I made a brunch for a friend and used Bobby’s Italian Homemade Potatoes. They were delicious! … [Read more...]

Ten 4 Life Movement with Jeremie Phe Phenom

Let’s face it. As people with physical disabilities, we have it rougher than the able-bodied community. When I hear able-bodied people complain about having rough lives, I roll my eyes and literally … [Read more...]