29 November 2009

handicapped parking at the beach.

this thanksgiving week-end, i am thankful for the use of both legs. hope they continue to support me as i grow older...

3 comments:

Sophie Munns said...

quite lovely this minimal image....and your messgae.

I hope you had a lovely thanksgivingVirginia!
S

words, wine, coffee, art said...

As you said, we should be thankful for all those things we take for granted - such as our mobility.
My man fractured a bone in his foot yesterday, and is finding the experience of losing his mobility for 6 weeks frustrating and humbling.

virginia said...

thank you, both. yes, the things we take for granted...

i visited Bandelier many years ago (a national park near los alamos, new mexico), and noticed a visitor in a wheelchair.

i climbed the ladder which led to a kiva, while she was forced to remain on the path.

now i notice handicapped parking, but rarely see visitors in wheelchairs.


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