Well, it’s summer time again and what better way to enjoy it
and beat the heat, then to get out and play in the water. And as someone who considers herself a fish,
the water is where I love to be.
Recently, I wrote an article about a wonderful organization called
Wilderness Inquiry (WI) who are out of Minneapolis and provide trips for
people both nationally and internationally.
I took a dog sled trip with them in Northern Minnesota back in 2011
along the Canadian border and had the time of my life. But this was not my
first trip with them. Back in 2004, I took my first summer excursion in which I
went Kayaking on Lake Superior while camping on the Apostle Islands.
As kids, everyone has spent some
time dreaming about what they want to do for a career when they grow up. Being a person with a disability may not even
be a factor when choosing a career path.
Someone once told me people choose their career path subconsciously, not
only based on what they enjoy doing, but also based on their personal
strengths. Not only did that statement
sound logical to me at the time; but makes a lot of sense even today.