Well I woke up this morning looking out my window and seeing rain. Normally when it rains or raining, I know that I’m in for a rough day because my body becomes stiff, in pain and it makes it hard for me to move all day. Now it’s already difficult for me to move around as it is so when the weather is wet it’s twice as hard to move. But when I woke up I wasn’t in pain and it felt great. I know I’m gonna have difficulties today and I expect that being in a wheelchair but today is gonna be a great day. I was preparing for this day to be the worst but now I know it’s not and that makes me happy.
No I’m not talking about the return of Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose (who I told people that he wasn’t coming back at all this season but I’m getting off topic), I’m talking about the return of me working on my film again. It’s been a few months since I took a hiatus from working on the Wheelchair Chronicles to focus on finishing school (one more month til graduation…WOOOO!!!) and now I’m preparing to finally finish the film that I’ve been working on now for close to 4 years.
One of the great things about taking a hiatus is that it gave me a chance to clear my head. I was focusing on my film 24/7 with one idea for how I wanted to present this film and it was driving me insane and it felt like my head was going to explode. The time away from the film has help big time because it’s given me an opportunity to view other documentaries and get ideas on how to present my film. I so many ideas floating my head and I get a rush of excitement when I come with a new idea and so I’m itching to start working again.
I’m excited for the finish of The Wheelchair Chronicles and I can’t wait to update you all as I take the final steps in completing this film. While I love chronicling my life in a wheelchair through words (I have another idea about further chronicling my life in a wheelchair after my film but I’ll talk about that in a future post), I want people to see me and to watch me explain the trails and tribulations that have happened in my life.