On The Outside Looking In

7 thoughts on “On The Outside Looking In”

  1. Why would we want to be anything but ourselves? I love the diversity of life. It’s what makes things interesting. I seem to actively go against the norm these days!
    When I’m in my wheelchair I get overlooked by most people who won’t even make eye contact. Their loss. However, I do find the children, who are on my level, want to talk to me and ask me about the chair. At that age, they haven’t yet learned to pigeon hole people and their innocence is magic. Great post. Cath xx

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