Guess who’s back

Hello all! sorry I have been a bit quieter than usual and not blogged over the weekend. Honestly this was on purpose as I knew the article http://www.disabilitynow.org.uk/entertainment/webwatch/linking-to-a-brighter-future/ was going to be published and I felt the blog I did called ‘my life’ was fitting for potential new people to the site. An introduction of sorts.

So whether new to the site (hello) or a regular since I started the site (thanks for the support) its time to write a new post. Really since last week I have been working hard to finish and pass over my work before I finish my current role next Friday. with easter in the middle, time is tight. At the weekend I caught up with uni friend Nichola and later another good mate Eddie in Islington and then Dalston. was really good catching up. I chilled and worked a bit on the up and coming event before mum, dave (step dad), claire (sister) joined me, chris (PA and claire’s boyfriend) and alessandra (friend from work) for drinks and a meal in stoke newington.

Tomorrow I am going to Kew gardens for work and then drinks with bhav from work in muswell hill. then thursday there are 2 birthdays at work and so a big booze up is happening with friday being off work. shaz is then coming back to mums friday to saturday. im staying there till monday and hope to catch up with all my cambridge crew from my younger years. then its another 4 day week before mexico 10th april 🙂 new job starts 19th april, so the chillax is perfectly timed! will drop in again soon, keep the comments coming and contact me with any blog ideas or actual guest blogs

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  • Amber DiPietra
  • Amber DiPietra

    As part of a San Francisco alliance of disability advocates/service providers and as a disabled person myself, I am trying to get the word out about the following campaign. The goal is to build national buzz around this summer’s ADA anniversary—what ADA law has meant, how much still needs to be accomplished and in general, what it means to be disabled today. We want to hear many, many voices. Please read below and consider joining our blogroll and other networks.

    It’s Normal: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Disability is a natural part of the human condition. People with disabilities come from all walks of life, in all colors, sizes, genders and ages. Those of us living with disabilities bring something to the table whether it is fresh perspective, political savviness, indomitable spirit, energizing presence, bold intellect, etc. We contribute to society BECAUSE of who we are. Human difference and diversity enriches community. Disability is not special; it's just a part of life. 

We are asking everyone to sign in support of this rational view of disability and to help spread the word far and wide!

    What you can do to help:

    1. Sign the on-line statement of values:
    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/itsnormal/
    2. Friend us on Facebook at:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Its-Normal-Celebrating-the-20th-Anniversary-of-the-ADA/105143402849618
    3. Follow us on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/itsnormal.ada
    4. Follow our blog at: http://www.itsnormal.org

    Many thanks!
    http://www.itsnormal.org

  • Amber DiPietra

    Oh, sorry, cut and paste accident!

  • Amber DiPietra
  • Amber DiPietra

    As part of a San Francisco alliance of disability advocates/service providers and as a disabled person myself, I am trying to get the word out about the following campaign. The goal is to build national buzz around this summer’s ADA anniversary—what ADA law has meant, how much still needs to be accomplished and in general, what it means to be disabled today. We want to hear many, many voices. Please read below and consider joining our blogroll and other networks.

    It’s Normal: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Disability is a natural part of the human condition. People with disabilities come from all walks of life, in all colors, sizes, genders and ages. Those of us living with disabilities bring something to the table whether it is fresh perspective, political savviness, indomitable spirit, energizing presence, bold intellect, etc. We contribute to society BECAUSE of who we are. Human difference and diversity enriches community. Disability is not special; it's just a part of life. 

We are asking everyone to sign in support of this rational view of disability and to help spread the word far and wide!

    What you can do to help:

    1. Sign the on-line statement of values:
    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/itsnormal/
    2. Friend us on Facebook at:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Its-Normal-Celebrating-the-20th-Anniversary-of-the-ADA/105143402849618
    3. Follow us on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/itsnormal.ada
    4. Follow our blog at: http://www.itsnormal.org

    Many thanks!
    http://www.itsnormal.org

  • Amber DiPietra

    Oh, sorry, cut and paste accident!