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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RS video Fair

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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Ruby Slipper video 3

Product Review

There are a lot of options on the market today that help people with limited mobility easily swivel into the car seat. Choosing the right one can make a difference in how comfortable your ride will be. The majority of these swivel seat cushions can rotate 360 degrees and are padded with about an inch […]

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capri picture with Dad

Romancing the Past

You know I remember when I lived in a dorm and did all the things you normally do in a dorm such as study with music and noise all around. Not too long ago I was at a small university with a friend and I said I thought it would be fun to go back […]

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Mom's sophomore college picture

Mother’s Day 2016

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day and everywhere I looked I saw Mom. I went to get a skirt out of the closet and there was her handiwork. She had run two rows of elastic in the waist to make it smaller. The way she did it made it look like it had originally come […]

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Snowbound at Home

  I know we all (or most of us) are hoping that we have had our snow for the season. It can be quite a challenge to keep everyone occupied when cooped up in the house. What things do you remember doing when you couldn’t leave the house? I remember playing board games, cards, and […]

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Exercise…..Blah

It’s winter and too cold to be outside to walk around the neighborhood. I find the comfort of the recliner a little cozier than the frigid air on the face and feeling like an overstuffed Thanksgiving turkey from all the outerwear. The truth be told that we all should get some exercise in. The benefits […]

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