One of my FAVORITE blogs right now is Ana White's, "putting the make in homemaker". I can not tell you how much I enjoy this blog. Ana is a woman after my own heart. She has her own tools and she knows how to use them!
posts about a woman named Stephanie really inspired me. You see, in spite of being a quadriplegic, Stephanie decided she was going to build a farmhouse bed for her daughter and she did it! With a little help from an auto hammer (I really must get one of those!) and a little help here & there, it came out beautifully.
awesome story and check out the beautiful bed that she made.
Although my disability is very different, sometimes doing woodworking projects is hard for me, especially during times when the sjogren's syndrome flares and my hands are weak and painful. Like Stephanie, I am not allowed to use power tools unless there is an adult home, in the same area that I am working and armed with a cell phone in case I have an accident.
As I have always said, "My disability doesn't stop me, it just slows me down. Sometimes."