Saturday, 30 April 2016


He's handicapped, because he don't read to well.

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A wheel accessibility team to help all people who use wheels.

Thank god for coffee.

I woke up real early and wheeled around in Callingwood until some stores opened.

Thursday, 28 April 2016


May I ask whats going on?

Right now all I would like is to do is, to find some one who can help me film my evaluation on public washrooms, so I can post them on my blog and get some awareness. Why may I ask does that take so, long?

A wheel accessibility team to help

all people who use wheels.

Thursday, 21 April 2016


Today I contacted Lorne Dach MLA, to see how Mightywheels and I could help him out.
A wheel accessibility team to help
all people who use wheels.

Sunday, 17 April 2016

The team.

a wheel accessibility team that focuses on accessibility issues for all people who use wheels to help access the world.
A wheel accessibility team to help
all people who use wheels.

Make it accessible.

We want to help people who use wheels. 

I have done everything properly, I guess it’s just the city slowly moving towards my many accessibility idea’s.

A wheel accessibility team to help
all people who use wheels. 

Friday, 15 April 2016


I'm trying to make Edmonton's accessibility better. Would you like to help. Please visit my blog and connect with me.

Sunday, 10 April 2016


I wheeled into Walmart's very clean and accessible washrooms.

But, may I ask one thing?
did you guys forget about left handed people?

Friday, 8 April 2016

Comfort zones.

I noticed things, like I notice that society doesn't really care about anyone else but themselves, which is alright I guess, we're in Canada and all. But,I'm trying to get people to feel comfortable out of their comfort zones. Meaning, I would like to see someone helping someone else who uses wheels and them not having to be paid for it, now wouldn't that be nice.

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Thursday, 7 April 2016


I wheeled into the washroom, did my business, wash my hands and found the air blower to dry my hands, up to high for a person in a wheelchair.

Please Staples can you lower the air blower, so we can dry our hands.
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Tuesday, 5 April 2016

3 steps.

Step one, I find a poor surface areas with in the city, so all people who use wheels can benefit, parents pushing baby strollers, people with walking devices, or people like me in wheelchairs. Step two, I approach the media to get our poor surface area story told. Step three work with the city and have the poor surface area repaired.

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Monday, 4 April 2016

Is this Right?

Bars/clubs are responsible to stop selling a person drinks if they’re going to drive home. Why aren’t businesses being held responsible for people who are in handicapped parking stalls without an official handicapped placard?
a] do you think this is right?
what are your feel about this?
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Sunday, 3 April 2016

lil’ magic please.

Hello, I’m really interested in helping people who use wheels. I can't understand why people can’t imagine seeing them sieves, one day not being able to walk. unfortunately I know it can happen. I my self was a adrenaline junkie, never did I ever think this would happen to me.. I just want to tell my story and maybe help some people.

Do you think that you could steer me into a detection that I could help maybe the city with informing more people. or working with them to find a better way to cost effectively repair city wheeling surfaces. I'd be more then willing to come to the next "Imagine" meeting. I even maybe able to host it, at the Callingwood library.