Traveling in a Wheelchair
Traveling in a wheelchair has it’s moments and once in a blue moon years of frustrations are redeemed.
Restrooms can be a test with only one handicapped space to 10 others. And in airports, in particular, women with luggage, love the extra room. Departing from SFO, preparing to pre-board for a flight with no wheelchair access to the restroom, it was no surprise to find the airport ladies’ room wheelchair stall occupied. As I parked my chair outside, the door flung open and a woman burst out. “I saw your chair and came out. I’ll use another.” Two strangers hugged in the restroom knowing that though we both had been inconvenienced
Love had won.
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JUDY SQUIER has authored His Majesty in Brokenness, Living in the Names of God and the Living in the Names Bible Study. Husband David and she have three adult daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren. Never did Mr. and Mrs. Squier dream that their long-awaited golden wedding anniversary would coincide with David’s memorial service. Judy resides in southern Oregon, alone, yet not alone. Thanks to the Good Shepherd!