You’d be amazed how strong my arms could get just from using a walker for 20 years.
They’re like giant muscles of steel, only smaller and dotted with cute freckles.
A few years ago, I used to blog under a different account, It was general ramblings about the things that entered my head, nobody really read it, or took much notice. Wheelchairs are far more superior and don’t have wonky wheeels!
That was until I published a post called 10 reasons why Dating a Disabled Girl is the best thing you’ll Ever do. Fancy Gadgets My house is equipped with Gadgets to help me round the house, be it a through floor lift a personal washing toilet, massive wet room or a bed that sits you up, loving me could feel futuristic Determined I have dealt with massive amounts of crap in my life, whether it be .
There is no escaping the fact that I will get accosted and occasionally offended by the odd twat. Make your life easier You may not think that I can teach you how you can make life easier, but I can, Years of finding simple tasks a slight struggle have meant I have done things my own way…
He can't reach things that are above his chest and depending on the food needs help having it cut up and lots of other misc things. Pesonally I see no reason for a pity date as JJS is suggesting just to make someone feel good. If I am not interested, that's it, I'm not interested. Water fights Bizarre as this may may sound but according to government Disabled People are exempt from hose pipe bands. Because racing trolleys in the Supermarket at 2am when drunk is so last season… Disabled Girlfriend to the rescue, Free pass lets go for a drive. First on the plane and last off we beat the crowds and take it easy Race Ya…“For me I was about 13 or 14 when I got invited for a sleepover, which was the first time someone had invited me to their house.” According to disability charity Scope, which launched the study as part of its #End The Awkward campaign, only five per cent of people have ever been on a date with, or asked out, a disabled person.Even though there are at least 9.4 million disabled people in England, accounting for 18 per cent of the population.