Monday, April 30, 2012
When I had rode to the Art beat parade that was in Davis Square on July twenty-second 2011, there was millions and millions of people. People were buying all kinds of clothes and items. People were buying food from vendors. But most people were in the parade wearing different kinds of costumes and different kinds of masks too, and some people were even walking on stilts. But all of the people that were marching in the parade were playing different kinds of instruments some people were drumming and playing tubas and horns and other different kinds of instruments like that and radios too. and there were some people from a program called outside the lines studio that were marching with a great big dinosaur called a Triceratops that was made out of paper mache and it was painted dark red too. I was in the parade for just a little bit because I could only pull my wheel chair with my left leg and I could not ask people to push me in my wheelchair because the music was to loud. Besides that everybody was doing something in the parade when I had arrived in Davis Square. Then I looked around at all of the vendors that were selling all different things and food too. Then I went to get some food by pulling my wheelchair with my strong left leg. There were some people that would get in my way so I would say "a guy in a wheelchair is coming through," and I would hold my food that was in a bowl with my strong left hand. A minute later I would ask a lady if she would push me in my wheelchair to a table as we go through a big crowd of people. A hour later I had rode in a van to my house.
photographs from Boston.com, click link for full story artbeat2011
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Friday, April 20, 2012
On April second 2012, I had rode to the state house with a few people that go to a program at outside the lines studio in Medford located on seventy Colby street. At the the state house in Boston I was pushed in my wheelchair by a staff person that work at outside the lines studio and at the street across a great long and wide parking lot. There were a lot of people at the state house because they were rallying for more money to support all of these programs and group homes too. At outside the lines studio every one was hard at work on a paper mache head of uncle Sam. A staff person had worn the paper mache head of uncle Sam parading at the state house for more money to fund human service programs and group homes. At the state house in Boston I had made a video that expressed how bad we need more money to fund all human services and group homes too..Because if we don't have more money it will be hard to fund all of these human services programs and groups homes and PCA programs to help disabled people.
Because you could be disabled next and if there is no more money how would people get paid to work for you