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Randi Melnyk

I love this!


All very true points you bring up. They are all somewhat related, as well. Although I am not the greatest socialite, I truly believe it is a mindset to want to meet others and form relationships with them. There is something special to be said with friendships that just won't break, despite the bends which occur.


Great post, Elizabeth! These truly are some great building blocks that are the core of some of my longest lasting friendships and those that are just starting out!

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  • Our name is twofold. “Able” meaning capable. There are four of us with disabilities - visible and hidden. Assumptions from others perceive us as not being capable of carrying out a "normal" life. But the fact is having disabilities gives us more desire to be willing and able. “Bodies” because we all have our own, and also part of a larger human body. Able and Bodies together speaks to each of us individually. We are willing, able and VERY capable of achieving whatever our mind is set toward. When the four of us are together, the feeling is amplified.