I've been using my airplane time over the last few years to test this project of mine that, now thanks to COVID, I've actually finished. It's a tennis season simulation app and currently available for Android. You can add yourself to the mix and watch your player ascend the rankings, or you can import your … Continue reading My tennis simulation game/app
I’ve shared a house with my sister, her husband, and my two nieces for the entirety of my oldest niece’s life -- twelve, going on thirteen years. As a result I’ve been a fly on the wall for the progression of this typical middle class American family as they’ve grown from two to three to … Continue reading A More Regular Tuesday
I got back to the Chicago the day before the European travel ban kicked in. My trip to the Seychelles was great, but there was always an underlying worry about the coronavirus. While I strongly advocate for people to go explore the world, now's a good time not to, until this is all under control. … Continue reading Normally, I’m totally YSGA. But definitely not for the moment.
I had a really hard time figuring out how I was going to get from the Mahe airport to my airBnb on Eden Island in the Seychelles. Thanks to the Accessible Travel Club group on Facebook and one of my facebook friends, Christian Bayerlein, who had visited the Seychelles with his own ramps, I decided … Continue reading Wheelchair accessible taxi in Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles
It was mostly gray, gross, and rainy on the day we stopped in St. Maarten and the island itself is still rebuilding from the 2017 Hurricane Irma but you could still tell there's a lot of beauty there. I was lucky to book a last minute wheelchair accessible St. Maarten tour through the Carnival excursions … Continue reading St. Maarten, cruise port on Carnival Fascination