Thursday, August 20, 2015


I've come to realize that planning for the future is a top priority especially when you have MD. The condition is progressive and my personal needs keep changing all the time.

When I first started using a manual wheelchair, I was so happy that at least I had regained some independence but as the years keep passing by the need for a powered wheelchair for me will mean greater independence.

This is my manual wheelchair

At Greenspan Mall-Donholm
I've had fun times with the manual wheelchair now its time to switch to a powered chair that won't require me being pushed around.

Sunday, August 16, 2015


Today I feel like I can fly to the moon and back, I am so happy. I just want to thank my God for  His blessings upon my life. Truly he has been gracious to me. After so many years of  setbacks after setbacks, He was only preparing me for something greater MD notwithstanding.
with friends at a friends wedding
These beautiful ladies are my former High School classmates, from left Sarah, Grace and Annette. I had a great time, seeing them after so many years.
Regina and I
I wonder what Reggie was doing behind the yellow line!!!!! Am glad she was there we were able to take a snap.
From Left: Regina, Faith, Annette, Sarah, Moniq,Grace, Rachael and Aidah
The girls

At the dinner table...I enjoyed every bite
Meal time

Cheers to you...

I was able to attend this event because the venue was accessible and everything was disability friendly. I am looking forward to more adventures and fun moments.

Saturday, January 31, 2015


It is always a joy going out and on this particular day I had the opportunity to see off my big sister Emma as she was travelling to America.

I had mixed feelings especially having to adjust with her not being around, my sister has always been there for me especially whenever I have an emergency she never hesitates to assist.

We were at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and loved the  way the airport is disability friendly.

I love my family for they have stood by me as I continue my journey with limb girdle muscular dystrophy.

It is not easy to put the wheelchair leg rests back on and for first timers it can be pretty challenging. My husband was nowhere in sight for he was in another car and he is the only one who knows how to put them back on so I had to lift my legs up as we moved to Terminal B for international departures.

He finally showed up and put the leg rests back on, it was an emotional farewell but happy to say that my sister arrived safely and is quietly settling in...

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