First sentence of each month for 2006 (idea shamelessly stolen from amputeehee):
January: Thanks to my on-going remission (hooray!), I flew last week with only crutches, no wheelchair, and discovered that this made me a second class crip.
February: Disability Bitch is back, with some schoolinâ€™ for cutesy crips:
April: I read somewhere that an unprotected Windows machine on the internet takes about 20 minutes to get infected.
May: I was in Albuquerque this week. Here’s some random stuff that happened:
June: Paralympian takes legal action against Virgin Blue
July: It was time to update the place a little.
August: I feel so modern and connected.
September: Fake disabled children, from Blue (normally seen at The Gimp Parade):
October: I have just been invited to sing at the re-dedication of Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church, re-opening after many months of construction. (Dear Reader, this has not yet happened – it’s currently scheduled for January 14th.)
November: We’ve had season tickets to the Takacs Quartet for a number of years. These sold-out concerts are in a 500 seat theatre at CU, and somebody pretty much has to die in order for someone else to get tickets.
December: The only thing consistent about the TSA is their inconsistency.
Disability related blogs that have died (or seem to be very inactive) in 2006:
- Crip Revolution
- Parents with Disabilities
- The Squeaky Wheel
- Still Being Kezzykat
- Ghetto River Nymph
- Sitka Surfin’
- where the cornflakes are
- The Angry Gimp