Wondering where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing?

I’ve outgrown this blog, it seems! Over the last couple of months I’ve developed a website, that you can find here, where I can put more than I can put in this blog.

On it, you’ll find posts, that are all “followable”, and updates on other things I’m doing – including artwork. If you follow this blog, please go to the website and follow it as well, so that you can see anything I add there. The posts are much more friendly to me, as I can post little and often, rather than writing a huge blog post, which can be a challenge!

Winter certainly isn’t a friendly time for wheelchair users. Trying to find wheelchair ramps onto the sidewalk can be a challenge!

Wheelchair tire tracks leading from the ramp to the sidewalk

We have had a lot of snow at home. It shrinks my world, and I can’t help shovel the snow – no snow plough on the front on my chair! The snow is making some amazing shapes, though. Deefer, one of our dogs, enjoying the snowShapes in the snow on the lift into the hot tubOur garden covered in snowIan wearing a woollen beard to keep his face warm in the snow

2 thoughts on “Wondering where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing?

  1. Hi Michelle – Happy New Year!!

    I tried to follow your instructions to follow your website, and when access the link http://www.mssingabout.com, I receive a message of “Page Not Found”. It could be technical difficulties on my end, mind you – but I thought I’d mention it in case I’m not the only one with this experience. I can see all the tabs on your site with the exception of the “Home” page.

    I hope you had a great holiday season and that we get a chance to meet soon.

    Elena Tilton

    Programs & Services Coordinator | BC & Yukon Division

    MS Society of Canada | Unit 375, 1855 Kirschner Road| Kelowna, BC V1Y 4N7

    Toll free 1-800-268-7582, ext. 7299

    elena.tilton@mssociety.ca | mssociety.ca

    MssingAbout – Messing about with MS to create social change http://www.mssingabout.com Two articles popped up today, both about assistive technology. The March of Dimes has a competition in BC and another one in Calgary, offering the chance for 8 …




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