Hello FMily....MiMi in NC....as I was watching ABC news tonight the last few seconds were about a woman who invented a wheelchair which goes in water....No joke....they told her the idea was impossible but she found a way to get it made and she is able to go in the ocean with it.
She said when she became wheelchair bound, it was like people no longer *see* her....that she was invisible to the world....I think all of us can actually *relate* to this feeling.
Anyway....the wheelchair worked and her plan was a success.
I guess as they say....anything is possible.
Hope everyone had a good day....it was hot, hot, hot in NC today and the bad weather is on its way again. I hope it will not last though....but it could be a bit cooler.
Hope everyone can get some good rest tonight.
Nice picture Cory. I am assuming this is of you? I guess I just imagined you being a bit older. I probably have children older than you are.
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