In this 40 page eBook, I expand on my most popular blog post of all time, to share stories behind what I wrote, stories from our life that everyone can relate to. Laugh, learn and be inspired by this crazy life we lead.Dana Brown Ritter, Author
The Blog that Started It All
Last summer I shared a post on our blog. It was a personal poem of sorts recounting the ups and downs of life as a wife caring for my husband. It is our most popular post that resounded as a sort of anthem for others in my position.
I invite you to read the blog post that inspired this e-book. "We Are"
What Others are Saying
I really loved the "poem" that Dana describes, when I first read it online many weeks ago. I love how honestly she speaks of her life with her husband who is a quadriplegic.Sheila
Dana did a fantastic job giving an inside look at what love looks like for a wife loving a husband who happens to be a quad. I have no experience as a caregiver, but found her manifesto to be totally relatable and inspiring as I seek to love the people in my life. Definitely worth the read!
Visit Our Blog
My husband and I live the title of our blog, "Love Like This Life." We are honest and real and like everyone else, we face challenges. Some have to do with the fact that Michael is a c5/6 quadriplegic (paralyzed in 1994), some have to do with the fact I am a woman. :) We are only human, but we believe we serve an almighty, sovereign God, and through Him, we can do all things. We enjoy laughing, traveling, reading, writing, painting, taking pictures and experiencing life with family and friends.
Juggling marriage and disability can sometimes be tough. It is often a challenge, is often hilarious, and always requires us to be a team. We started this blog with the hope that by letting others in, we can help other people who may or may not be in a similar situation. Or, anyone else who knows us and follows along, or other random people that end up here via a random Google search.
We don't only write about marriage and disability. You'll also see some adventures in the kitchen, stories from work and family life, tips to use around the house, ideas for accessibility, and probably way too many pictures of a certain Puggle who smells like Fritos.