Where to start. I’ve written about Joni before after she was spotted venturing out to a concert for her dear friend James Taylor. She was still recovering from her stroke. Since then, she has been the subject of accolades by
Sometimes I find it necessary to go into the vault of the past 300+ posts to find inspiration. Also, since my aneurism 3 years ago, my brain isn’t the same….and is easily overwhelmed. Sometimes it’s okay to take a break.
Move Me, Kelsey Peterson’s Independent Lens on PBS CLICK LINK move me documentary | Kelsey Peterson | films about disability | women filmmakers | spinal cord injury | adapting | self-love Last week’s post was about the first woman Olympian
ELIZABETH ROBINSON SCHWARTZ The first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in track when she won the 100-meter dash in a then-world-record 12.2 seconds; injuries she sustained in a 1931 plane crash nearly ended her career; no longer able