Its funny how you don’t often think of who you are, you just are. Then the moment comes where you have to introduce yourself and you’re forced to take a closer look. In the attempt to give you something to go on, I’ve had to dig into the past and the present. To sum up the past, I have studied and worked in travel and tourism, business administration and family support. My passion was studying and teaching dance, enjoying the outdoors, music, singing and writing. I’m creative and artistic which brings me to the present. I constantly yearn to explore my creative side. This blog will nourish that need, along with my passion for writing children’s books and writing in other genres.  I am a member of the Federation of BC Writers and the Interior Authors Group.

 

I am a mother to a beautiful little girl who was born premature at 26 weeks gestation. She was not much bigger than a pound of butter but much sweeter. In an instant life changed and became a new life with wheelchairs and medical care, yet wonderfully rewarding. My daughter takes on life’s challenges with a strength, determination and a smile, and I am just as determined to do the same. My goal is to knock down some of those obstacles along the way and give her the best possible life filled with lots of guidance, love and adventure.

 

Let’s Be Wheelisitic is a blog designed to open communication, share and create change through parenting, awareness, inclusion and advocacy. Over the years people have encouraged me to use my voice and experiences with my daughter to help others with or without disabilities, or parents of children with disabilities. This blog is my way of doing just that. I hope you will find this site enjoyable, educational, helpful, and rewarding.

 

Thanks for visiting.

 

Rhonda

(Wheel-ist-ic) Adj: awareness or acceptance of actual fact, real existence, or truth with relation to inclusion, accessibility and/or persons with disabilities.

Let’s Be Wheelisitic is a blog designed to open communication, share and create change through parenting, awareness, inclusion and advocacy. Over the years people have encouraged me to use my voice and experiences with my daughter to help others with or without disabilities, or parents of children with disabilities. This blog is my way of doing just that. I hope you will find this site enjoyable, educational, helpful, and rewarding.
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“We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” — E. M. Forster

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