Category Archives: Parking Signs

Simply Inclusion…

I will say it repeatedly until there is nobody left to tell. A world where everyone is treated like equals and disability is seen as a difference instead of a weakness is the world I strive for. Along with many … Continue reading

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Lightning and A Lightning Bug

Words have always been extremely important to me.  Well, the right ones, anyway.  Mark Twain said it best when he said: “The difference between the right word and almost the right word is like the difference between lightning and a … Continue reading

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Maybe It’s a Sign

According to a story on Yahoo news, about a month ago New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that will update the logo on signs designating spaces for people with disabilities and remove the word “handicapped” from them as … Continue reading

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Wait In Line

At first, I thought it was a joke, easily dismissing it as something somebody must have made up.  It was too outrageous otherwise.  But when I saw the story all over facebook, and on websites I frequent as a wheelchair … Continue reading

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