Frustrated by Fatigue

Frustrated by Fatigue I have always been a huge fan of DC Comic’s classic character The Flash. Ever since middle school when I was given the nickname Flash, my fascination was piqued by the Scarlet Speedster. He’s fast, wears a stellar costume, and has to be smart: hey, he’s one of the few members of the Justice League of America

Are You Ready for Some Football?

Are you ready for some football? “Jenny, do you know who Adrian Peterson is?” My colleague asks me while sitting in the teacher’s lounge. “Hmm…” I ponder, “He plays for the Vikings right?” These types of exchanges are common in my daily life because in my world there are no sports. I doubt I could identify a picture of Brett

Are Stairs Really The Enemy?

I am fortunate to be able to say that the experience of climbing stairs has been pretty easy for me. I was raised in a four-level home and traversed stairs all the time. I zipped around campus as a college student and rarely used an elevator. Just give me a railing to hang onto and a back pack to carry

Is Your Life Off Track?

“Our society is geared to growth, development, and progress. Life, for most of us, is a race to be won. Families are about evolution: at a certain age, children are encouraged to leave home, get married, have children of their own, move on in their lives. But people with disabilities have no such future. Once they have reached a certain