Fearless Disabled Traveler

Traveling as a disabled person can create lots of challenges and cause apprehension. I travel despite the challenges and turn the obstacles into opportunities. I am a fearless traveler who makes it my mission to inform other people with disabilities that traveling is a way to feel free and more independent. Fearless Mobility I use a battery powered scooter as a mobility aid because of Myasthenia Gravis and Rheumatoid Arthritis and the resulting weakness, pain and fatigue.  This can be a barrier when traveling because of its size and weight. Thankfully we have a lift for our vehicle for road … [Read more...]

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Waiting Not Worrying

I got a phone call while I was out today. Most of the time I'm home almost all day but of course today I wasn't home until 4PM. The call was from my Primary Doctor's office. The message was that I was to call the office about my blood test results. I get blood tests every three months from my rhuematologist who keeps track of my levels for the inflammatory diseases like Rheumatoid Arthritis and Sjogren's Syndrome. He also orders a CBC which is to keep track of my blood count as I am anemic. My primary doctor asked if he would add a thyroid test as it's likely for me to develop problems … [Read more...]

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