Tuesday, March 25, 2008

ehhhh handicapped?

Today I went through with the bother of getting my Handicapped placard. I am not entirely sure how I feel about it either. I mean right now it seems perfectly acceptable. My right leg just isn't up to par yet. But my Doc gave me a permanent one. It says it is good till 2012, how difficult will that be for me not to use in time of need once my health is back to normal? I told my dad about this dilemma today and he said well follow your conscious. I told him that my conscious would tell me to find the handicapped parking space that is furthest away...humm The idiot part of me says this, "well you do have a debilitating disease, maybe you have earned a handicapped placard." Is that a wrong thinking for me to take? I think I know the answerer. Ohhh boy, I can't wait to see how I did on my Psychology exam! I felt so super confident about it when I was done. I really hope I did as good as I felt I did, but either way I did my best, and that is all I can do. I don't think I could have prepared for it any better, so it is what it is.

I am trying to think what else stuck out today....but nothing really is coming to mind. My sister came over for dinner, it was really good to see her Live & IN PERSON @ THE RILEY HOUSE!!

I really need to find a job, my resources (money) are starting to get low.

Stay in the boat, never get out of the boat.

-Apocalypse Now

1 comment:


Only you can determine if it's a 'bad day - need close accommodations' or if it's a 'good day - can walk just fine from the far end of the parkinglot'. When your legs are not functioning well and they become weak and fatigued, you become a traffic hazard if you trip into traffic. So keep yourself safe and others around you safe by using the placard when it is needed. Also keep in mind that handicapped spaces need to be used so that they continue to exist. Listen to your body and you'll know when to use the placard.