Worth Every Travel Headache

​​SMLXL As a frequent guest of airports across the country, I know first-hand the challenges us wheelchair folk face when we travel. Just in case, however, I forgot, my journey to Franklin, Kentucky reminded me of all the dangers in one trip. From not having the right ground crew to lift me onto the plane, my seat not reclining for a 3 hour flight, to getting chair stuck in an elevator, I got to see a bunch of gaffes in one day. There is, however, nothing as disheartening as getting in your power chair and finding out that the airlines broke it . . . on Labor Day. So, by the time we got to our room in KY (I had to be pushed through the airport and hotel), I'd had enough. Some Saint named

Day 2 - HMW Southern Style

Franklin Simpson High School is blue and red. That is awesome because if I wear their hat at home it has the same logo as Fresno State. So, they had me at hello. I did 2 assemblies for their student body and was really proud that they had already familiarized themselves with the HMW concept. As we talked, they invested in the story, and hopefully the moral. I ate lunch with them in the cafeteria and was really pleased by how polite they were and how well they treated each other. I have had several follow me on Twitter and they are tweeting WINS every day. So, they got this. My last group was about 60 student leaders from all areas of the Franklin campus. There were leaders from Stude