I met Glenda through my professional blog. She’s a blogger and talks about accessibility (she has cerebral palsy). She is writing about the challenges of living in the internet plane – where she has greater communication enhanced by technology – and reality – where there are greater obstacles. I love this story:
A lady kindly asked if I needed help, to which I cheerily replied, "No thanks." She then proceeded to help. When I was done, she praised me, "Good girl! You’re doing good." Not sure how to reply politely, I simply gritted my teeth and smiled. Ironically, she was in a scooter too.
Talk about mall rage.