Okay, I must admit that heights are not really my thing. So, if you were to ask me to climb a tower and jump off, I would say “you first!” And, I am true to my words (see my first photo) I asked Denise to go first, you know, so I could get a good picture! In the end, I really loved Zip Lining!
Thank you! Today’s blog post is a special thank you to all of those that make things happen behind the scenes! Often times, these poor souls are forgotten as we go about enjoying ourselves. On an unfortunate day, you can hear someone grumbling at them, “I don’t want to!” or “do I have too?” and
Today I’m going to be talking about my own personal experiences at some fantastic music festivals as a disabled person here in the UK. Disabled access information is a topic that you can’t find much information about when searching online, and the only way to truly know the struggles and the precautions you have to take as a disabled person is if you have spoken to someone that has already attended and can tell you all about what you’ll more than likely need to be cautious about.
When I was attending my first music festival I did try to do a search online and couldn’t find anything to help and advise me. I ended up having to just email the festival and hope for a reply – which
Amy Purdy, keynote speaker, amputee, snowboarder! I had the distinct pleasure of hearing Amy Purdy at the Professional Photographers of America Convention, in Atlanta, Georgia, where she was the keynote speaker. I still had my leg at that time, but after a lifetime of pain and dealing with my disability, her story touched my heart. Now, as
I started my blog as a hobby! It would be, a way to share my photos with the world and to share experiences of my travels. But, it has become so much more than that to me. In January of 2016, I had my left leg amputated below the knee. I have to say; having
Denise loves the beach But, since my amputation and before DryPro, our waterfront activities were limited to drives along the coast. Before my amputation, it was difficult for me to walk in the sand. Not to mention that I always had an open wound. So, I avoided the water, to avoid the chance of getting an
Andy, here I thought it was part Scottish or Irish! Go figure!
This saying is not a new one, you might have heard your grandmother or even mother say it. You probably just shook your head, chuckled and walked away, never giving another thought! Believe it or not, there is true wisdom in those words.
The holidays have passed and I guess that I should give in and change the Christmas sock on my prosthesis for one a little less festive…
“Networking is more about farming than it is about hunting. Relationships have to be cultivated.” – Dr. Ivan Misner, BNI