Wheelchair Dancing!

I have been following Simone for a short time and find her spirit so refreshing. If you have a moment I encourage you to read her most recent post. Simone is such an inspiration!

The Wheelchair Teen

Hey, guys! I’m really excited about this post 😊 I’ve been doing a deep dive into disability culture recently and I’ve absolutely loved what I’ve found. There are so many different ways to create art: there are mouth and foot painting artists (I’m one myself because I can only type, write, and draw with a pen in my mouth), entire bands of people who play instruments like the drums, guitar, and piano with their feet, and people who tie film cameras around their heads to shoot incredibly creative films without any limbs. I’ve seen record-breaking race car drivers who drive with their feet and amazing archers who do the same. But a recent part of disability culture that I’ve truly come to love is wheelchair dancing.

Me drawing with a pencil in my mouth

If you know me, you know that I absolutely adore dancing. I find it to be…

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks once again for helping to share this. I put a lot of effort into this post so I hope that people enjoy learning more about disability culture! 😊

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    1. You did a fantastic job on this post!

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  2. Naomi says:

    This is pretty interesting. It’s good to see that everybody can dance who really wants to do so.

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    1. Thank you! I thought it was very fascinating!


    2. I’m glad that you found it to be interesting! 😊 Yes, anyone can dance, it’s merely an issue of figuring out how ❤

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  3. Aunt Patsy says:

    I just have to say WOW!!! This is so amazing Lisa. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this. I love the ending!!!

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    1. Isn’t this cool? Thank you! I just loved it 😊


    2. It makes me very happy to see that you enjoyed this so much! ❤😊❤

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