I know it’s been a while since my last post, but I’ve been busy focusing on my personal writing as well. as looking out for new material for this blog. Over the last few months, I’ve gone to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to celebrate my 39th birthday with family. During that trip, I experienced a lot of first- my first show at the Alabama theater, my first ride on a handicapped accessible Ferris wheel called The Sky Wheel. Anyway, I highlighted some of those in my latest YouTube video over on my channel- so feel free to take a look.
Since I’ve been unemployed for about two years ago, the topic of unemployment is a sore spot for me. Being disabled, I can say first hand. It’s difficult getting people to look beyond the wheelchair. I get it-. I really do. I mean, I can’t just get up and go to work like a regular person, I need help with feeding as well as personal activities. But we need more people to look beyond our limitations and see the possibilities we have as human beings. That’s why I’m still interested in this new show called The Employables on A& E. While this show mainly centers around its clients who have Tourette’s Syndrome finding jobs, what I find particularly interesting is how the group of “experts” do this. They get to know their clients personally, examine their strengths and weaknesses through a bunch of tests
The show airs Wednesdays on A & E at 10 PM.
For more information about this program, please go to:
On a personal note, since Memorial Day, I have come to realize this would be my one year anniversary of my YouTube channel. So I may come up with something special in one of my future episodes. Stay tuned
Love you all, but God loves you more..