Hey y’all! Now that everything has settled down for a minute, I wanted to take some time to give you an update and to also announce that as of Saturday night, I officially became Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee 2018! You can view the full crowing ceremony in the video below. It’s really strange to be able […]
Thank you so much for all of the love and support! I had a lot to say and figured this was the best way. I love and appreciate you all so much! Don’t forget that there’s still time to vote for the People’s Choice award as well. You can vote for me by clicking here […]
I can only describe what happened last night as another meant to be sign that my grandfather decided to send me. I know that what I am about to tell you all is probably going to sound crazy, but it actually gave me a sense of peace. I apologize in advance for repeating myself to […]
Some of my fellow wheelchair users can probably relate to this… So, this weekend I got a text from my hubby that just says “Come here.” I wasn’t too concerned because he was in the shower and I didn’t hear a crash. I come to find him sitting in the floor of the shower and […]
I tend to try to stay publicly neutral when it comes to hot topic issues, but for some reason this is what is on my heart… My actual stance on these issues is irrelevant. That’s not the point of the message I want to share right now. I have a million other things that I […]
This is my life… I was sitting in the living room with just me and the dogs… I suddenly heard the xbox turn on randomly and then a clicking/typing sound. Hubby is in another room. This text conversation just happened.
If you follow me on social media or keep up with me on here, you might have seen me mention that I competed in the Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee pageant last year. Although the outcome did not end up quite the way that I had hoped for, it was not all in vain. After some […]
Last week, I was asked to be a part of an adult discussion panel for the Spina Bifida Education Day in Nashville. I can honestly say that it was an eye-opening experience. In this panel, I heard so many stories from people with Spina Bifida (and their parents) talk about the parents basically just doing […]