One day I looked around and realized I was no longer the carefree, vibrant person I used to be. I was not stronger in limbs, not adept at maneuvering a grocery cart, or even great at walking onto a curb, BUT, I was good at being the best ME I could be! I … More ME Ability!
via Christmas Memories from Sandridge Road – Sherri Lynne
Hey family, you know we are all family in some way, how is everyone? I know we are getting ready for the Christmas holiday and I want to thank you for reading my last blog, in fact, please feel free to go back and re-read some of my favorite musings from this year. I sure … More Christmas Memories from Sandridge Road – Sherri Lynne
Hey everybody, welcome back to my blog!!! I have missed every last one of you! Are you getting ready for the holidays? I’ve been busy just like you all with life and the twists and turns it presents. I’ve buried some family members and good old friends since we last chatted, and even … More Falling into the fall season with Sherri Lynne from Sandridge Road.
A soggy, warm, late fall day. Wind later? I’ve been thinking about accessibility as a contested aspect of landscape. Barriers that inhibit or limit access are inherent aspects of the landscape, and I know that if I go walking there will be areas I can’t navigate due to the mobility challenges I face. Although the […] … More Landscapes of Identity: Accessibility — Dreaming the World by Michael Watson
Source: Memory Walk for A Queen #ENDALZ
The Alzheimer’s Walk is just one of many ways alz.org has dedicated resources to end Alzheimer’s and Dementia related diseases. My friends, Patricia and Teresa, and I participated this past Saturday for a day filled with memories of those who could no longer remember, share or experience the massive amounts of love and pure compassion … More Memory Walk for A Queen #ENDALZ
HOUSTON — The upending of normalcy during the worst tropical weather system ever to hit Houston is particularly hard on those with special needs, and disability advocates and families are working to help them cope. The Autism Society of Texas has providers from Austin, as well as partners in Clear Lake and north-central Houston, heading … More Harvey Brings Unique Challenges For Those With Disabilities -by Suzanne Garofalo, Houston Chronicle/TNS | August 30, 2017
The Harris County Director for FEMA says the federal disaster agency is looking for unique ways to house the tens of thousands of people via The Latest: Officials raise Harvey-related death toll to 39 — KSN-TV
Source: Blind Ambition by Ms Tina Jones