What do you see when you look at me? This disability poem from Marty Gregoire, founder of Footsteps of WYN, shatters perceptions in a powerful way.
NOTE: This is a speech I delivered to a Toastmasters club years ago. People were laughing so hard, I don’t know how I held it together. My prop was EPIC! ——————————————————————————————————————– What do women want? Men have been scratching their heads and asking this question since the beginning of time. I will help you understand
Dreams are wishes on the brink of reality waiting to come true the mind becomes the pond a wishing well for our dreams to take the mold of the images we create when we wish upon a star with every wish a dream swims to the surface waiting to take the shape of reality The
“We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.” –Carlos Castaneda I don’t know about you, but I’d rather work on making myself strong. We’ve all been around miserable people; they’re no fun at all! Strong people, on the other hand, can motivate us to keep going
I’ve loved computers ever since I was a young girl. I remember asking for only ONE thing on my Christmas list – an Apple 2G computer – thinking I would actually get it that year! I figured my parents might seriously consider it, since it was the only thing I wanted. Sadly, I didn’t get
1. The Naked Truth on LOVE: You cannot make anyone love you, no matter how great you are! 2. The Naked Truth on SELF-LOVE: You are enough – ALWAYS! You are worthy – ALWAYS! Remember Eleanor Roosevelt’s wise words: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” 3. The NAKED TRUTH on FAMILY:
I’ve always been a romantic. I love the idea of being loved and being in love, although I’ve never experienced the truly, madly, deeply kind of love. The youngest of eleven children, the baby, born with cerebral palsy, you’d think I’ve experienced familial love of epic proportions. My family is so dysfunctional, we make the