Time To Embrace The New Hug

I’m a hugger. I think people fall into two camps when it comes to this oft times public and spontaneous show of affection – you’re either into it or you’re not. This human style of endearment suited me well for the first four and a half decades of my life – I certainly took both read more...

When Car Driving Can No Longer Be

Most of us fortunate to be part of the affluent Western world take the act of driving a vehicle for granted. The independence brought by being in the drivers seat is generally unspoken and blanketed by the layers of the very real and conscious logistics related stuff: purpose, traffic conditions, time limits, car repairs, kids read more...

It Takes a Village to Create a Quilt

Sometimes it takes a village to create…many outcomes. What does your village look like?. We all want to live independently and be self-reliant, and fortunately, most of us can forever. But even for the healthiest of us, the strong in mind and body, the determined, the driven and the in-between, we all rely on those read more...

The Luckiest People

Being less than able sucks [1]!! Moving through your world with Jacob Marley type chains in the form of mental and physical impairment or disability inarguably makes for a more difficult life.



Those affected do not have a choice – it’s there and we’re living it. 



But what about those by our side, those that help read more...