Remember when this blog was about (in)accessibility, travel and life on wheels? It's kinda morphed into a wedding-planning stress-fest, which still includes all of the above. Stick with me here. In the midst of writing emails, being poked with dress-pins and sometimes sobbing over song choices, I have been doing some work. I'm part of … Continue reading Do You Need A Vacation?
I used to be really good at being alone. When I was single, I was perfectly happy to stay in by myself with only ice-cream, popcorn and my collection of Sandra Bullock movies for company. True story. I would dance and sing around my living-room. One particular Saturday night, I did all of that while … Continue reading How To Be Alone
Confession time. When I started this blog, I was angry. Angry about uneven pavements that may or may not have dog-shit on them. Angry about inaccessible buildings and accessible toilets being used as storage cupboards. Because, if you keep a damn fridge in there, it becomes inaccessible. Angry about being called a 'wheelchair' on the … Continue reading Thinking Outside The Blog
Just when you think you've gotten through your to-do list, there's another list. And damn if there isn't more to do on it. People say that marriage is a marathon and not a sprint. I believe that. I've also started to think of wedding-panning as a test of endurance. To get you ready for the … Continue reading Wedding-Planning Is An Endurance Test
Picture it: Levittown, 1980-every-summer. A young girl is watching the sun sink lower in the sky and waiting for someone to take her to the carnival down the block. Her grandparents and her father have probably drawn straws. Who gets to hold her hair back this time? Because she's gonna barf. But she's too excited … Continue reading My Inner-Child Needs A Paper Bag