Not so much drug pushers, but wheelchair pushers.
Although, drug pushers can make birthday parties more fun!
In the months gone by, I’ve seen people grow more aware of what people in wheelchair are dealing with every day.
A store where the aisles are too narrow.
Sidewalks with ramps that are blocked.
Bathrooms with doors that close the wrong way so they can’t be closed when there’s a wheelchair inside.
And I’m not into shaking babies or their syndrome but OHMYMYHOLYHELL am I going to end up with a case of it due to brick pavers and cobblestone.
There’s all sorts of things that we’re having to learn to differently or without….we have a back porch I can’t go on because the door’s too narrow.
But one-by-one we’re able to make people think about situations in a new light.