Fun Wheelchair Facts and Stories — The Wheelchair Teen

On this Sunday morning, the first day of our USA Thanksgiving week, I can’t think of anything more appropriate to share with you than this delightful post written by a beautiful young woman who calls her blog The Wheelchair Teen: My life as a black, disabled teenager. I have had some experience with wheelchairs, which I described in a long comment that I just posted on The Wheelchair Teen’s blog. But this beautiful girl’s ‘Fun Wheelchair Facts and Stories’ has given me a whole new perspective. Read and enjoy! ❤

Since I’ve been busier than usual this week, I decided to write a fun post where I shared fifteen, short interesting wheelchair facts and personal disability stories to put a smile on your face and show you what it’s like to be a disabled teen: . My first wheelchair was pink and had a picture […]

Fun Wheelchair Facts and Stories — The Wheelchair Teen

18 thoughts on “Fun Wheelchair Facts and Stories — The Wheelchair Teen

  1. bornagain732 November 22, 2020 / 9:31 am

    I enjoyed reading this early this morning on her blog!!

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    • Linda Lee/Lady Quixote November 22, 2020 / 9:36 am

      Isn’t she amazing! ❤❤

      How are you doing, my friend? I just said another prayer for your complete healing from covid-19.

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      • bornagain732 November 22, 2020 / 10:34 am

        I can’t like your post or your comment ☹️
        She is!!!
        I’m doing great! I was actually able to taste an apple bratwurst last night after I had a VERY spicy jalapeño and one! Lol! My husband trying to help me get my taste back with the spicy stuff!!!
        Now this morning I’m back to no taste-can’t smell either!
        But we’re getting there! Keep
        praying my dear friend!!! 🙌👍🏻🙏🏻👑

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        • Linda Lee/Lady Quixote November 22, 2020 / 11:33 am

          I will continue praying. I lost most of my sense of taste and smell about 5 or 6 years ago. I have no idea why. But lately, as I have been praying for you to get your full abilities back, it occurred to me that I had never prayed for myself in that regard. So now I am praying for the Lord to restore my ability to taste and smell, and — it’s beginning to happen! Praise God!

          I, too, am having difficulty trying to ‘like’ other people’s blog posts and comments. I find that when I am reading the posts and comments in my WordPress reader, then WP will usually count and post my likes on both comments and posts. But outside of the reader, almost never.

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  2. Blue Collar Theologian November 22, 2020 / 1:33 pm

    This is a great post! I am unable to click “like” on the original post, arg! I will try and leave a comment on her site. Thank you so much for sharing this!

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    • thewheelchairteen November 23, 2020 / 2:36 am

      I’m so happy that you liked it. Sometimes WordPress can be tricky. No worries! Sometimes I struggle with it too.

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  3. mrsmariposa2014 November 22, 2020 / 3:11 pm

    What wonderful timing for you to share this! In recent months, my sweet 18 year old autistic son met a young lady through a chat room devoted to those with disabilities. He seems quite taken with-and the feeling appears mutual. She is a childhood brain survivor in a wheelchair. So, this delightful blog with so much good insight is ideal as I figure out how best to relate to his young lady. Thanks and blessings! ❤

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  4. thewheelchairteen November 23, 2020 / 3:29 am

    Thanks again for sharing the post. You have some incredible followers here and I hope that they were able to benefit from viewing life through my unique perspective. You are an incredible woman. I can’t thank you enough for helping to share my voice just that little bit more ❤

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    • Linda Lee/Lady Quixote November 23, 2020 / 3:51 am

      You are the incredible one. I wish I could give you a big hug. ❤❤❤

      It’s 3:50 in the morning right now where I live. I need to turn my computer off and go to bed, like a grown-up, lol. I hope you have a pleasant day.


  5. marianbeaman November 25, 2020 / 10:59 am

    Linda Lee, thank you so very much for introducing me to the amazing wheelchair teen. I left a comment on her blog. See, how wonderful to connect with others through a network of blogs.

    I praise God that your sense of taste and smell is being restored. PTL!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you as well. 🙂

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