Psa-lms127 karma2019-07-07 09:12:19 UTC
You’re very bright for recognizing that. Many young people your age do all sorts of foolish things for foolish reasons. Perhaps this has kept you cognizant of risks?
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Psa-lms66 karma2019-07-07 09:20:36 UTC
I’m saying that hopefully as well. My child has extreme food allergies so I’m hoping he will develop your attitude toward risk.
Psa-lms11 karma2019-10-05 22:17:45 UTC
The manual chairs can be really tough to use if your disability is anywhere in your upper body. I miss the lightweight, toss it in your trunk size, though.
Psa-lms11 karma2019-10-05 22:14:46 UTC
Not OP obviously but a wheelie. Do what you need to do to hear/ be heard. If the person was shorter you’d do the same thing. It’s really isolating to be in loud places and far lower than everyone, so being inclusive in conversation is a wonderful thing.
Psa-lms10 karma2019-10-05 22:16:01 UTC
Doors without the handicap auto open button are a pain. Please offer to help!
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