UK, USA, NZ, wherever, pack-up for college!

She is living her life to the best of her possibility and I applaud her and her parents!

Let’s Help Wheelchair-bound citizens FLY~~

Signatures for petition still needed ~ please read and help disabled to fly!

Living Life to the Best of Your Possibility

I posted about having signed this petition to create accessibility on airlines for the disabled.
Too many Living Life to the Best of Your Possibility blog posts headline trials over travel.
Below is the link to the petition:
Wheelchair Access On Commercial Airlines – has been developed.

In an email from the powerhouse advocate on Wednesday, August 27, 2014
From the powerhouse advocate;
Vicki Jurney-Taylor
Converse, Texas

Now, it’s really important that we get more visibility for this issue. Can you please take a moment to write a quick letter to the editor? Decision-makers regularly read letters to the editor to see what residents are talking about.
You don’t need to write a lot. Your letter should be no more than a few sentences and it should reiterate the main message of the petition, which is:
“Please push the Federal Aviation Administration and Congress to require airlines…

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Maybe it’s the Starz Series based upon Diana Gabaldon’s ‘The Outlander.’
I read every book so far–

Maybe it’s the fact I’m Scot-Irish.

Maybe it’s because I yearn to travel comfortably like able-boded yearn.

No matter the reason, an article promoting accessible travel always has a home on
Living Life to the Best of Your Possibility!

A Letter to Mr. Kanye West-

Maybe some of you hadn’t heard about the events at Kanye West’s Sydney, Australia concert.
This letter will explain – I am posting this to demonstrate, the pen can keep a dying story,
or a story being buried in the limelight.

To the mighty pen!

What a humbling walk this must be–

What a humbling walk this must be–

New restaurant staffed with Deaf waiters

Happy Monday–The Signs are looking good 🙂

Unique Ability

A Toronto restaurant called “Signs” is staffed entirely with Deaf waiters, a first for Canada.

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Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham — back in NZ in 2015

New Zealand and Aaron: A Perfect Match

Unique Ability

Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham is a 22 year-old wheelchair moto-cross athlete from Las Vegas, Nevada. He is the third of six children, all adopted.

Aaron started riding at skate parks at the age of 8 when his older brother Brian said he should drop in a quarter pipe. He had been going to the park with Brian and their dad for weeks, but Aaron would just watch from behind the fence. The first time was scary, and he fell, but he was never one to give up just because it wasn’t easy. So he tried again. From then on he was hooked.

He has won a few BMX free style competitions, including the 2005 Vegas AmJam BMX finals, but for Aaron that is secondary to the joy of riding and hanging out with friends at the skate parks. After posting that “first ever back flip” on the Internet, life…

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