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    “Mom and dad,” our son called out. “I need to buy some books for this semester. “How much do the books cost, son?”, I asked. He did not answer my question but went on to explain how expensive foreign language books are. “But how much are they son?”, I interjected. “The problem is that one needs this code to do the homework online, and its just so expensive”, he said. He went on to open a web link to show me this code issue (as if it would change the cost of the books), but will not tell me how much money he needed for the books. “Just tell me how much money you need and will buy the books!” I did not, but almost did, raise my voice (I’m gradually learning that raising my voice does not change anything, except maybe raise my blood pressure!!). He finally told me how much he needed.

    I was traveling back to the USA after an overseas trip to Africa. I had taken my seat on the aircraft, towards the back of the economy class. Before the doors were closed, one of the female cabin crew came, stood next to where I was sitting. “Are you Mrs. Musau?” she asked.

    I was traveling back to the USA after an overseas trip to Africa. I had taken my seat on the aircraft, towards the back of the economy class. Before the doors were closed, one of the female cabin crew came, stood next to where I was sitting. “Are you Mrs. Musau?” she asked. In a split second a picture of how I've seen people being pulled from their seats, probably for another body or bag check, mistaken identity and so on, formed in my mind. I even put together my 'defense', before the lady had said another word. “I have my boarding pass, to prove that this is my seat”. Remember, the lady had not said another word to me. “Please come with me,” she said. Due to my husband's frequent flyer status, I was being upgraded to a better seat; phew!!! What a relief!

    A year or so ago there was an item in the news – can’t remember whether it was in the print or media – of a woman who had been knocked out of her wheelchair. I also can’t remember what was said of her being in the wheelchair – whether since birth or after an accident, I cannot recall. What happened was the amazing thing – she was able to walk after that ‘accident’!!!

    - Miriam Musau

    A year or so ago there was an item in the news – can’t remember whether it was in the print or media – of a woman who had been knocked out of her wheelchair. I also can’t remember what was said of her being in the wheelchair – whether since birth or after an accident, I cannot recall. What happened was the amazing thing – she was able to walk after that ‘accident’!!! Whatever nerve or muscle or whatever was ‘stuck’ that she couldn’t walk, after being knocked out of the wheelchair, a ‘miracle’ took place. And she started riding a bicycle and is now training for 2016 cycling Olympics!!