During the pandemic, the world saw how lonely it could be when no one was around or how frustrating it can be to be around the same people all the time. The world learned how to live in one place for a long time, and we as humans became discounted from everyone and everything weContinue reading “CONNECTING TO YOUR COMMUNITY”
During the summer of 2022, I took part in a program called MENTOR (an acronym for Mindfulness, Exercise, and Nutrition To Optimize Resilience). The program is a part of the National Center on Health, Physical Activity, and Disability. A free 8-week program for people with a physical disability, MENTOR, focuses on four areas: mindfulness, exercise,Continue reading “M.E.N.T.O.R.”
Balance can be my enemy. Mental balance is an ongoing issue, and I use my thought process to deter my mind from my disability. Physical balance is also my enemy because of my disability. So balance – or lack of it – then impacts me in a double manner. So how can I have andContinue reading “BALANCING A UNBALANCE PERSON”
LIMERICK Josephine loved to explore her space. Josephine would be in the back in any place. Josephine wouldn’t bring attention to her uniqueness. Josephine’s uniqueness was seen as her Preakness Josephine’s smile was her saving grace Josephine’s smile was her saving grace Josephine loved to explore her space Josephine’s space was her saving grace JosephineContinue reading “JOSEPHINE”
As I’m getting older, I find myself slowing down because of my cerebral palsy – getting tired quickly, and I’m not too fond of this about myself. In my mid-40s, I feel like my body is in its mid-80s on some days, but that is what a person’s life is like when you have cerebralContinue reading “UNDERSTANDING AND ACCEPTING MY NEEDS”
From the first breath, she felt her uniqueness. Uniqueness was seen as her weakness. Preakness was the one thing her family taught her never to let get the best of her. Blurriness in her was all she saw from behind tears. Fear was the one thing that wouldn’t get in the way. Paying her duesContinue reading “HER PREAKNEES WAS HER STRAIGHT”
As I’m getting older, I find myself slowing down because of my cerebral palsy getting tired, and I’m not too fond of this about myself. In my mid-40s, there are days I feel like my body is in its mid-80s, but then that is what a person’s life is like when you have cerebral palsy.Continue reading “TRYING TO ACCEPTING WHO I AM”
Balance can be my enemy. Mental balance has been an issue because my mind has been away for me to get away from my disability. Physical balance is also my enemy because of my disability. So balance – or lack of it – then impacts me doubly. So how can I come close to havingContinue reading “SOMETIMES THE ONE PERSON WE NEED TO LISTEN TO IS OURSELF”
Sometimes all we can do is find a way to trust in ourself MARIE W.O.W.C.P. She believed she could walk Walking was all she wanted Wanting to accomplish walking her goal The goal became her hung She thought she could walk. Walking was her fear. Fear became challenge Challenge became her desire. She believed sheContinue reading “SHE BELIVE SHE COULD”
POETRY SERIES SOMETIMES WE ALL HAVE TO START SOMEWHERE MARIE W.O.W.C.P. HER DISABILITY IS ONLY THE START OF MY ABILITY She used to think having a disability was all I would amount to. People told her that she would go nowhere. People saw Sher as unteachable. She saw life as unfair. Her disability is onlyContinue reading “HER DISABILITY IS ONLY THE START OF HER ABILITY”
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