In my role as a professional damsel in distress, I have had the pleasure of being rescued or witnessing incredible acts of heroism from many people. Here are a few of their stories. 

My name is Becky. Dancing around town is only part of my story. I do my best to make a difference in the world while I'm alive to do it.

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Gandhi said to be the change you want to see in the world. I want to see the world happy. I wan't to see people feeling free enough to be themselves. I want to see interesting things in ordinary places.


Taking Ghandhi's quote to heart  started by putting quotes on the sides of my chair. If people were going to stare, I might as well give them something interesting to look at. The quotes somehow led me to dance. I still don't really understand it all. I'm not sure what led me to start this website but it allows me to do so many things.


First I get to recognize and celebrate the many heroes who have impacted my life. I've been pushed out of the mud by Superman, met Santa Clause, even had the pleasure of riding with the Victorious Warriors and Big Daddy Bruno. Hellen Keller said life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all. Adventure is my middle name! As a professional damsel in distress I'm frequently adding heroes to that page.


My co-conspirators are other people who take the dis out of disability. Ronald is an unapologetic author who dares to show the reality of being a gimp with his book The Gimpy Monologues. Heidi designs with all abilities in mind. Danny takes pimping his ride to a new level, and Joseph? What doesn't he do? I am honored to call them my friends though I have never met any of them in person.


I need to update my bucket list. Thinking of replacing a few impossible dreams with slightly more realistic ones. 


Enjoy exploring my site and be sure to follow me on social media for the most up-to-date insanity.

I'm not the only person trying to change the world from the seat of a wheelchair. Please support all of us who dare to take the "dis" out of disability.