Hey guys, it’s been ahwhile and I’ve been super busy. I’m making an effort to become more active on my social media pages! I will be doing a twitter Q & A tomorrow! Join me 7pm EST! Use the #AskEbony follow me @EbonyWOfficial See you there!
Hey guys! Happy Friday! It’s Ebony if anyone would like to share your story our blog. We would love to hear from you. This blog isn’t just about Ash and I. It’s for everyone. By sharing our stories we can make a difference. Head over to our page Friends On Wheels(Cerebral Palsy) shoot us a message. Anyone is welcome!
Hey guys, it’s Eb. I hope everyone is having a great day!
Just when you think you’ve got the game of life figured out. you don’t. That’s what I’m learning these last few months unexpected things happen that are out of my control. As much as I try my best some things just are meant to happen and others not so much. It’s hard not to beat myself up about things I can’t change. Fortunately everyone can relate to this.
What qualifies as success and how do you define it? Some might say having a lot of money, cars and the size of your house. For a long time that was my definition too. I know it’s shallow, but that was my thinking at the time. I’m learning that success isn’t monetary. It’s about who i am as a person and my character. Circumstances are different for everyone: what’s success to you? Until next time….Like Friends On Wheels (Cerebral Palsy)
Hey guys! Ash and Eb here! It’s been a while since we’ve done joint blog entry. But here we are. Imagine the situation where you had a broken leg and someone comes up to you says “You’re such an inspiration just because you had a broken leg. What’s even more crazy about the situation is that this person doesn’t know anything about you. How can you be an inspiration when they don’t even know your name? This is kind of we feel when people approach us and don’t know anything about us. It’s like giving an Olympic gymnist a gold medal when you know she hasn’t done the training. There’s more to a person than their disability and there’s more to be inspired by. Although we appreciate the admiration we are just people. One the of the reasons we started our blog was to encourage others to go after their dreams disability or not because anything is possible. We think there’s nothing wrong with inspiring and encouraging people, but if you don’t know us outside of our disability that’s a bit of a problem. We shouldn’t be inspiration just because of a disability. Be inspired by what we accomplish inspite of it. Until next time…like our page Friends On Wheels (Cerebral Palsy)
Ash & Eb💕
Hey guys! I hope everyone is having great day m! Since it’s Monther’s Day weekend, I wanted to write a blog about my awesome mommy,
I know everyone says they have the best mom in the world and it’s cliche, but for me it’s true. I wouldn’t be where I am without her. She had always pushed me to be my dispite my disability. She has allowed me to be confident in who I am. People see me and they tend to underestimate my abilities, but she has fault so hard for me. Pushed me to see that I can prove the naysayers wrong. It’s the best feeling in world. I couldn’t do it without her. I am truly blessed to have her as a mom. I would literally be nothing without her as she is the one gave me life. I don’t say thank you enough. Happy Mother’s Day!!!!
Xo, Eb 🌷
Hey guys! Sorry it’s been awhile since Ashley and I have posted a blog. I promise we have not abandoned you. We’re going to try to post once a week from now on. I’m going to discuss a broad rage of topics. It’s time for a. change. From time to time I will post on our Facebook live so we can be interactive. Suggest topics you would like to hear from us! Until next time…
Hey, it’s been awhile since we’ve a a blog post together. We wanted to update you on our adaptive skiing adventure. Ashley went and picked up Ebony from her house, then we headed to Beech Mountain. When we got there we had to wait awhile because preparations to ski takelong then we thought. We met our instructors then headed down to the slopes. The instructors were very nice and accomedating. They made it really fun for us: Ashley and her instructor sang songs while they skied. Ebony’s instructor took her to the top of the mountain. They were going so fast that Ebony’s ski flipped and she face planted. Don’t worry she was not hurt. She laughed instead. We felt really free with the wind in our faces. It’s one of our best adventures yet. Whoever wants to ski or volunteer should definitely do so. It’s worth it.
Eb & Ash💚
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