Creating more accessible features and ride experiences across Disneyland Park would make a wheelchair user’s time there much more magical. After scrolling through some posts on Instagram about Rare Disease Day and reading about some of the things people with … Continue reading Accessibility Screens: What If Wheelchair Users Could Experience Disneyland Rides Without The Hassle of Transferring?
I’ve been watching a lot of dance videos lately and remembering what it was like to go to dance class, have recitals, and eventually dance on the dance team. It’s sometimes weird to think that I’ll never be able to … Continue reading Dance Appreciation Post
This second book club meeting had mixed reviews of Polaris Rising. I ended up giving it a 2.75 so not quite a three, but almost! First of all, I’m not really a fan of science fiction so this was like … Continue reading Book Club: Polaris Rising by Jessie Mihalik – Book Review
Unrestored and frozen in time, the town of Bodie, California is everything a quintessential ghost town should be. It became a State Park in 1962 and the park has chosen to preserve the town’s “aged and weathered 1880s appearance.” Only … Continue reading Visiting the Ghost Town Bodie, California As A Wheelchair User
The modern day story and what we know as “The Nutcracker” is made up of a combination of E.T.A. Hoffman’s 1816 book “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” and Alexander Dumas’ reworking with lighter and not so scary themes. The … Continue reading The Nutcracker