Working, working, working! Unloved, unwanted... unmarried.
I just don't want to believe this.
My finances and circumstances have left me with slim chances and no romances....
Ah... so THAT'S why I can't find a wife....
Well... I suppose I should find a way to remove my name and picture, before I start making comments that some people may disagree with. Heck... when I commented on the CA, some folks wanted my hide... "Madladchilly1" was a nice, safe screen name to hide behind....
...ah, the hell with them folks....
...pleased to meet you, hope you get my name.
I am absolutely delighted to see the return of Wendi Thomas!!!!
Mr. Baker... you've answered your own question! I agree, however, it is an interesting exercise in semantics. You may wish to consider, how the wrong word slanders; it is a slur, Mr. Baker… and a damnable one, at that.
Trust me… no one is here to disparage the writer’s good effort and intent; it is a job, well done. We only wish to clarify things and to try and answer your question. Believe me; we seize every opportunity to raise awareness and to establish sensitivity. We appreciate that the news media and our proud city is finally doing more… to let people, with disabilities, have a voice that can be heard!
Consider, being constantly told, "You cannot, because… you are disabled". Consider that most people could believe that, about you.
Consider it a horrific lie; consider that you CAN... and know that being able... is the defining truth about you....
...consider, that you have a disability, but it is only a part of your definition... it does not define you.
Consider, that you've always been... and will always be... most able.
Acknowledge the disability... if, it is relevant and if, you must....
...you cannot deny... you are, still, most able.
We are able; we have always been able. In spite, of our disabilities... we remain, most able.
In spite of our disabilities, we have never been... disabled.
Ahhhh… I’m going to bed; I have to go to work, sir, in just a few hours. I also have to interview for a second dream job, in a couple of days.
I’m able, you see.
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