The Month of May

Thursday May 9th

We started Bocce Ball with Special Olympics. We got Special O t-shirts to wear to show off Bocce Ball. It was too cold to wear it…next time!


Rose Club had an event at the Clubhouse Virtual Golf. I went to participate and when I got there I couldn’t get in. It wasn’t wheelchair accessible. It got me so frustrated because I had signed up for a fun event and wasn’t able to participate. So my staff Kathleen decided to go for a walk around Mirror Lake and do a photo shoot! While we were on my walk I saw my Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Johnson! I haven’t seen in in forever! That was a nice surprise. The night turned out to be fun after all.

On Saturday we went to Jubilee Park for a wiener roast and I used the workout equipment, it was a lot of fun! I also got to have cheesecake! My staff Marianne took me on the circle swing, I enjoyed that a lot.

Mother’s Day we went to the Lois Hole Greenhouse in St. Albert with Joel & Ashley. After we went to their new house. I had to take my other wheelchair to Edmonton because I wouldn’t have been able to get into their new house. I gave Mom some homemade gifts that I made at Centra Cam for Mother’s Day and I had special photo cube made for her that she really liked.

That night I had to go to the Emergency department again because I had really bad cramps. I have been referred to a Specialist in Leduc…hopefully we get some answers. I am sick of feeling like this.

Tuesday May 13th

Rose Club had a games night. Some people were outside playing basketball and inside there were board games and Wii. I played UNO.


Saturday Ashley and I went and got our nails done.


Sunday May 19th I went to my parents and use watercolors to color butterflies. It looks like stained glass when you are all done.


Monday May 20th of the long weekend I colored my hair black with Darby’s help (What do you think?!)

Monday afternoon we celebrated my roommate Craig’s birthday! I bought him a gift card for Subway & Booster Juice. For his party we BBQ’d  hot dogs, and had chips & black forest cake. Kyle, Joel & Craig went outside and played soccer. It was a really good birthday.



School Presentations Done for 2019!

On Wednesday the 24th my Auntie Donna came to visit from Unity Saskatchewan! She is my mom’s sister!!! It’s a hard thing to see the family because they are so far away from Camrose. But also their houses aren’t wheelchair friendly or able to get into because they have steps , so if we want to see them they have to come to see us.

It is always special to see loved ones… this isn’t a recent picture but I thought I would share it anyways.


Thursday evenings we have Girl Power. We are learning how to figure out our emotions, our rights and what is important to us. It is a really good group of girls and I feel it is helping me a lot in my life.

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On Friday night I watched Sex in the City the second movie on Netflix and it was really good. I think this weekend I will watch the first one!


Saturday afternoon everyone from my house and my friend Nicole went to the Avengers movie. It was an amazing movie to see and the theatre was so busy. Good thing we went early we might not have been able to get in.


Saturday night I painted my nails purple with sparkles.

Sunday I went to Costco and the new outlet mall in Leduc. It was really fun. I didn’t buy anything but my brother got some stuff.

Every month at Centra Cam we have a workbook that teaches us different topics. This month we learned how to vote. It was very interesting to learn new things about Centra Cam and how to vote in our community. Maybe next time I will vote!

Monday I went back to the library to do my job. I haven’t been there in awhile because of all my school presentations. It was really good to be back.

Tuesday was our last school presentation for the year! We went to Killam School for the the first time and we rocked it! The roads were scary when we left Camrose but they cleared up right away. Thank you Cherilyn and Paulette for helping me do 16 school presentations this year! It was amazing. I can’t wait til next year.