We can be prejudiced and biased when we are not careful in our thinking. A good example of this happened recently.
Melbourne Cup Strapper highlighted the normalcy of the differently-abled
Melbourne Cup Strapper, Stevie Payne, did a great job at this prestigious event. He was a fine example of a strapper. He delighted in his sister’s win and made a succinct speech of thanks on the presentation podium. I saw a dream come true for a girl and success for a hard working man.
A tradesman reminded me how tedious it is being stuck indoors. It reinforced Emily’s independence after SCI as she left the house to catch a wheelchair accessible bus (M30) to Sydney University leaving me behind.
Strava Disability Friendly – vote now to make manual wheelchair an activity choice.
Strava is fun so adding manual wheelchair as an activity embraces the differently-abled.
Most Sydney residents and tourists don’t have to think about venue access but wheelchair users do. Sydney wheelchair access is inconsistent so it’s good to report Qantas Credit Union Arena is an accessible venue.
The Goods Line disability access intrigued me. Is it Sydney’s answer to New York’s High Line? Have you heard of The Goods Line or the High Line? Where does The Goods Line take us? Does The Goods Line improve disability access to anywhere in particular? Off we go to find out…. Continue reading
We woke up at the weekend to a stunning Sydney morning, the sky promising a glorious day ahead. With the sunshine warming our faces we enjoyed an eggy brunch in Walsh Bay followed by an impromptu stroll (to burn off the calories) around the newly opened Barangaroo headland park. Continue reading
Everyone has the dilemma of wanting to be an individual and yet have equality within society. I love my distinctive friends and idiosyncratic family and we all chase commonly attainable goals. We generally seek education, employment and housing and then differentiate ourselves using our clothes, hair styles and lifestyle choices. Continue reading
Our pictures speak a thousand words…..
I collected our team bibs for City2Surf2015 and started to get excited, less than 48 hours!!
We had our last training session on Wednesday which went well except very breezy which meant Emily and Cobie both felt cold. We had a group discussion about layering up for Sunday. I can assure you all now that there will be no shedding of clothes when these two race! Keeping warm is an issue as a wheelchair user. Continue reading