It seems odd to me that a lot of the time I'm the last person to make as post on some things. Somehow I often get end on the tail end of conversations.
Now since I'm deaf that generally doesn't bother me, but, when I'm writing it seems to happen also. I guess what I have to say is just not relevant to the discussions, so there is just nothing else to say. As I've gotten older I realize that many young people are unwilling to listen to what I have to say. It must be because I've pontificated
As I get older it becomes more difficult to work with technology. for instance. I've been trying to capture the pictures I made during my wheelchair hunt. I've rerad the directions. I tried to follow them to a t and still they elude me. So now i sit here in my electric chair and wonder who can help me. OSA members arev very helpful but maybee I need instructions given in smaller groups. Try Step 1 skip then Step 2 etc. So to any of you in OSA land who are reading this... HELP!!!
The past weekend I participated in my first wheelchair hunt. I went to Oakwood Oklahoma to a hunt sponsored by Oklahoma Outdoor Outreach. They put on deer and turkey hunts for handicapped children/youth and adults. This is a wonderful organization and one that needs both monetary and physical help.
On arriving the afternoon the last day of November, I expected to just do a meet and greet activity. Much to my surprise after saying "Hello, I'm Stan Upchurch" I was met with