Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Wheelchair Hand Rim Covers In All The Colors Of The Rainbow : Make Your Wheelchair Go From Bland to Beautiful

Are your wheelchair handrims scratched and ugly? Is it uncomfortable pushing against cold, hard aluminum wheelchair hand rims? Are you looking for a better grip when pushing on your wheelchair hand rims? Colorful Ultra-Grrrip Handrim Covers by RehaDesign will not only making pushing on your wheelchair handrims more comfortable and more efficient, they will also make your wheelchair go from bland to beautiful. RehaDesign Ultra-Grrrip Wheelchair HandRim covers go on easily in seconds as can be seen from the demonstration video below:
These hand rim covers are much more comfortable to the touch than hard, cold aluminum, which can be hot in the summer and cold in the winter. And the the traction is amazing! Paraplegics and people with no hand mobility issues will enjoy the increased performance offered by Ultra-Grrrip hand rim covers. People with hand mobility issues, like quadriplegics / tetraplegics should consider Groovy handrim covers. Groovy hand rim covers have treads in them, which dramatically increase the surface area of the cover.
Want to give your wheelchair bling? Select an eye-popping color for your covers, like purple or pink. Ultra-Grrrip Hand Rim Covers are available in six attractive colors plus black! With so many options you can personalize your wheelchair and make it perform better too!

Saturday, December 19, 2015

My Top Ten Favorite Christmas Carols : FREE!

I enjoy listening to many Christmas Carols free courtesy of YouTube. So, I decided to put together a collection of my favorite. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do:


1. The first time I heard Callie & Colette sing God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen I was stunned. I have heard this song hundreds of times. But it was never as beautiful as this. The way these sisters harmonize in this song, it is just magical:


2. The Drifter's version of White Christmas is my all time favorite. But this animation with Santa's and Rudolf's solos just bring a smile to my face.


3. Rascal Flatts' acapella version of "I'll Be Home For Christmas" makes you feel the sadness of someone away from home for Christmas



4. My six year old loves this version of Jingle Bells. He has enjoyed it every year for the past three years and I am certain he will enjoy it many years to come

5. Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You



6. Elvis Presley- Blue Christmas is a classic



7. Celtic women O Holy Night





8 Nat King Cole's "Christmas Song" Also known as Chestnuts Roasting On an Open Fire, is probably the first song I think of when I think of Christmas music.




9. Little Drummer Boy: Honestly, I have only heard this version this year. But it is now one of my favorites.



10 Jingle Bell Rock: Bobby Helms originally sang this song, but this is the best Youtube version I can find.







Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas For Wheelchair Users

Are you shopping for a Christmas Gift Idea for a wheelchair user?  Alison, the "Safety Mom" has put together some fun suggestions for unique Christmas Gifts for wheelchair users. In addition to being an expert on safety issues. Alison is the mom of a child with intellectual disabilities and the wife of a wheelchair user.  Alison has been featured on Good Morning America and Fox News.

A Beer Drinker Discovers That Wine Tasting Is Junk Science!

As a beer drinker, I have often been puzzled by wine aficionados. Prices can vary wildly and to me, often the more expensive the wine the worse it tastes. I mean, I like a nice glass of white wine from time to time. But I don't understand paying $50 in a restaurant for a bottle of the stuff. Generally, when given the opportunity, I prefer a nice, cold draft. To me, one glass of wine pretty much tastes like the next one. Some are better, some worse just like with beer. But I would not pay $50 for a bottle of beer, why would I pay $50 for a bottle of wine? But in many restaurants, that is the going price and many people are happy to pay it. It is something I have never really understood. I have always wondered if I was alone in thinking that wine is pretty much wine. Today, I came across this article published in The Guardian in 2013 reviewing the evidence that wine tasting is junk science. For example, a scientist "presented the same Bordeaux superior wine to 57 volunteers a week apart and in two different bottles – one for a table wine, the other for a grand cru. The tasters were fooled." Another example "People could tell the difference between wines under £5 and those above £10 only 53% of the time for whites and only 47% of the time for reds. Overall they would have been just as a successful flipping a coin to guess." So, if people enjoy more expensive wine as much as less expensive wine, why are they willing to pay more for wine? I think I will open up a nice cold amber brew and ponder that question.