Do It Myself Blog – Glenda Watson Hyatt

Motivational Speaker

Go Ahead, Ask Me!

Filed under: Blogging — by at 7:27 pm on Thursday, April 3, 2008

Following a month of sporadic blogging due to my husband’s unexpected hospital stay, I am ready to find my blogging groove again! The problem is I’m running on empty for ideas.

This is where you, my loyal readers, can help. Do you have a burning question you have been wanting to ask me? Now is your chance. Questions may help spark post ideas.

Your question may be about:

  • living with a disability
  • how to make something accessible
  • my book I’ll Do It Myself
  • virtual book tours
  • whatever else is on your mind


Go ahead, ask me!

I’d love to hear from you!

If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a chai tea latte. Thanks kindly.

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Comment by VSNblogger

April 3, 2008 @ 7:48 pm

I know my father who is deaf has benefitted greatly from technology…perhaps you can write about how technology has assisted you and your endevours?

Comment by Doug McCaughan

April 3, 2008 @ 8:00 pm

You may have written on this before. Are there awkward moments when someone without cp first meets someone with cp? For example, someone I know and see irregularly stutters and sometimes I can finish his sentences before he can; however, I have never had the opportunity to ask if he would find that helpful or annoying so I remain quiet and give him the opportunity to finish. Do you have similar moments where someone new to cp doesn’t know how to handle themselves?

Comment by Papaterapeuta

April 3, 2008 @ 9:00 pm

Being a Father of a 3yo with CP, I would love to read about you growing up.

I really, really want to know how was school. I am really nervous on what to expect.


Comment by Glenda

April 3, 2008 @ 9:57 pm

Great questions. Keep ’em coming! Thanks!

Comment by AnneShirley Manion

April 4, 2008 @ 2:08 am

Glenda, I know you must have down moments. what do you do to cheer yourself up?

Comment by Karen Putz/ DeafMom

April 4, 2008 @ 4:45 am

For a child growing up with CP today, what are some things that we are still behind on doing for kids? What are some changes that could be made?

Comment by Denise

April 4, 2008 @ 5:03 am

Hi Glenda, I also am interested in hearing more about school. Did you have any difficulties learning to read? My daughter, Melanie, who has a little speech (which I call Melanese) seems to be struggling with reading. I attribute this to her inability to sound out words the way other kids do. She is only in first grade, so if you have any helpful hints that you could pass on, I would appreciate hearing them. Denise

Comment by Todd Jordan

April 13, 2008 @ 11:17 am

How are you able to stay so busy with your extensive disability? Is it a matter of not accepting that you are significantly impaired? A high energy spirit? Your uplifting voice is just amazing. 🙂

Comment by Christine

April 13, 2008 @ 5:20 pm

Glenda… I have such fond and many memories of being a brownie & girl guide with you during our younger years. Memories of us going camping.. of you & your mom teaching us to sign “you light up my life”… oh, yes, I’m supposed to be asking a question… I’ve noticed (as I get older) that I recall many of the lessons I learned in Guiding have come back to assist me. Is it the same for you? I left when we were in Pathfinders… but you did leave a lasting impression on me & my mom.

Christine Vea (nee Newcombe)

Comment by Glenda

April 13, 2008 @ 6:08 pm

Christine Newcombe! Wow, so awesome to hear from you! (I’m having a high water moment!) How the heck did you find me? But, I’m glad you did!

Yes, I fondly remember my Guiding years and lessons learned and songs sung. “There’s a duty to be done and I say I…”…I don’t remember the rest.

Wow, you still remember “You Light Up My Life”? I had no idea…

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