My move is done, I'm basically settled in with only my wall hangings to get up and a new sofa being delivered in about two weeks. The wall hangings are proving to be difficult but that is the nature of living in a wheelchair. Hopefully I can find a local day workers program and hire … Continue reading The Age of Indifference
Well it is Sunday and time to finish the adventure story. Having made all of the necessary decisions, given my notice at work (which worked out well because Medi-Chair really needed a full time person in that position) and given my notice for my condo in Calgary I began to focus on finding a place … Continue reading Condo Living – Part 3
Welcome to Kelowna! After an almost four month hiatus from writing I am back. Four months of craziness, turmoil and change. My summer kicked off with a massive flood in Calgary. The spin was "a once in a hundred year" event which, as it turns out is a shorter span than described, was only eight … Continue reading Letting the Tides Take Me
The Alberta government named its 2013 Budget the “Responsible Change” budget. Well it appears to me that the definition of “responsible” has changed drastically over the years because the definition I am familiar with is not reflected in that budget. From what I’ve seen I would call it the “Lets Maintain the Old Boys Club” … Continue reading Action or Attack?
I have been very negligence of late in my writings and for that I apologize to those good folks who took the time to subscribe to my site. Over the past two months I have written four training modules for the Alberta government which is where my writing time has gone. With that contract done … Continue reading Red Tape Parade Sweep Up
I live in a Calgary riding who’s MLA is a fellow in a wheelchair, Kent Hehr. I have dealt with Kent on a number of issues and I run into him on occasion in the community as he keeps himself very visible (for all of the right reasons). The Beltline is a pretty high density … Continue reading Revisiting Accessibility…Again