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Robotic Shopping Carts

Do you ever find yourself lugging heavy packages through the store to your car. You figure you didn’t need a cart because you were only getting a few things? I know that has happened to me more than I care to admit. What if I had my own personal valet? Well that may not be […]

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Camping with my Dad

My earliest memories of camping was a fishing trip that my friend and I went on with my Dad. We were about 6 years old and oh so excited. I had watched my brother get to go with his friends for years and now it was my turn. We helped my Dad pack up our […]

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Travel through Time

Have you ever noticed how your perception of the same thing differs greatly from when you were a child verses now as an adult? This was brought to my attention lately when my brother came to visit. He arrived by the train. He was telling me the size of the roomette sleeper room and I […]

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Easy Floor to Chair

There are always new items coming out to help people. You find them by accident and other times you have been looking for a long time. Sometimes you don’t know you need them or that the possibility of slipping off your chair is so far off you don’t even think about using an aid. I […]

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Mobility-Advisor website

So many of the aids and resources needed for mobility arise from a need to help an aging parent or to honor their memory. My product The Ruby Slipper Car Seat Cover came about because of my Mother’s lack of mobility getting into the car seat. One of the resources available to people who have […]

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Timeless childhood memories

What things do you remember from when you were young or what things will bring those memories back to the front of your brain. I think it is funny how a word or experience can bring those memories back. I was working on the computer one Friday when the lights flashed several times and then […]

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Don’t judge a book by its cover

Middle school story by CT author Katie L. Carroll. Illustrated by Susan Tait Porcaro.   How much do we Judge? How often do you look at something or an activity and make snap decisions about what is going on only to have them be wrong? The other day I was pulling into a parking lot […]

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Caregiver Support Fair

I recently decided what better place to begin a major launch of the Ruby Slipper than in my home town of St. Clairsville, Ohio. I participated in the Caregiver Support Fair that was held at the Ohio Valley Mall. I really had a fun day meeting new people and greeting all my friends. The real […]

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